To enter a building is to step inside an entirely new world. Human behaviour, perception and even appearance are altered. Everything just seems better in a handsome building. This edition of COS magazine explores the way in which structures are experienced, whether for the briefest of overnight stays or an entire childhood.
The doorman of a Manhattan apartment block on being its public face
101 SPRING STREET, NEW YORK, USA
Donald Judd’s daughter Rainer remembers growing up in an art installation
DO IT YOURSELF
Five architecture critics try their hand at construction
Photographer Juergen Teller on his new studio, complete with a sauna
COS collaborates with the photographer and artist Viviane Sassen in a place where architecture meets forest and sea. The autumn collection finds a clear presence here at the Kivik Art Centre in Sweden.
Autumn outfits that feel right at home in a modernist residence
Building a truly modular wardrobe for women and men
THE BARBICAN CENTRE
Making sounds from concrete with the musician called Actress
A fun sleepover at a prototype house in a Chinese architecture park
The open-air Kivik Art Centre in Sweden blurs the boundary between the man-made and the natural. It's the ideal context for this season's COS collection for men, revealed in a collaboration with the photographer and artist Viviane Sassen.
Explore the COS AW18 magazine
THE FORWARD BUILDING
Greeting guests and residents with the diligent doorman of a Manhattan