An everyday life interiors magazine, Apartamento provides ideas and inspiration for the spaces in which we spend most of our time. A bi-annual production founded in 2008, it focuses on how architects, designers and the like organise their own living space. Apartamento eschews the tidy ultra-modern interiors presented in many current interior design magazines like Dwell, Wallpaper, or FRAME. The editors favour instead to provide readers with examples of spaces, with varying aesthetics, in which people actually live and work thus giving the featured spaces a lived-in feel. In the words of its editors, Apartamento aims to ‘portray interiors, furniture, design and architecture as a means of personal expression.’ In my opinion – it’s a glimpse into the personal spaces of others that is well worth taking the time to investigate.