Openhouse is less voyeuristic, real-estate porn, and more a fascinating insight into how creative people integrate their professions and passions with their living spaces. They cover a broad range of vocations and pursuits, from art and photography, to food and farming. Their subjects don't just show you around their homes, but share secrets about how they work, and take you on a guided tour through their environment, often beyond the threshold of their front doors and out into their neighbourhoods and favourite haunts.
Issue 4 takes you on a wonderful jaunt through private jazz concerts in Harlem, intimate dinners with artist Jim Haynes in Paris, and strolls in a secret garden in Florence. It's an eye-opening look into the charmed existence of the creative set, full of inspiration and escapism.