Canadian media mogul, entrepreneur and international aesthete Tyler Brûlé gave Habitus magazine a special recommendation in ‘Globetrotter’s Gift Guide’, the Christmas edition of his regular column in The Financial Times.
February 27th, 2014
He suggested a subscription to Habitus magazine “for good architectural inspiration” – a gratifying commendation, given that Brûlé is globally recognised for high aesthetic principles and knowing good design. The first magazine he founded, Wallpaper, about “the stuff that surrounds you”, was bought by Time Inc. for $1.63million.
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