Issue Four of our annual design bible, Denizen Modern Living, has just landed on shelves

Comprising a line-up of the most inspiring, innovative and unprecedented pieces and trends from the world of design, Denizen Modern Living is nothing less than a bible for those interested in interiors. And this, the fourth issue of Modern Living, is undeniably our best one yet.

From a deep dive into the best pieces from Euroluce (the biennial lighting fair that coincided with Milan Design Week), to the new way to use concrete, to a thorough exploration of how outdoor living is being taken to new heights, we ensured no stone was left unturned as far as the most important trends to know.

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As far as projects go, we offer a peek inside the beautifully appointed home of renowned Australian fashion designer, Camilla Freeman-Topper (of Camilla & Marc), an apartment that once was part of an infamous lunatic asylum that has been carefully renovated for a young family, and an off-the-grid cabin that redefines the idea of escaping into nature.

Of course we also detail all the brands and showrooms you need to know in order to festoon your home with incredible pieces, as well as delve a little deeper into the stories behind designers of the moment, including Kelly Hoppen and Apparatus Studios.

Whether you’re seeking inspiration for your own spaces or are simply wanting to stay on top of the latest trends, Denizen Modern Living is the perfect place to start.

Available in two different covers, Denizen Modern Living is on sale now. Pick up a copy from any good newsagent today or subscribe here.


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