New Norm Magazine
Issue 02 (Digital Edition)
The New Norm Magazine is a biannual, travel, and lifestyle magazine based in Hong Kong. The New Norm Magazine is dedicated to inspiring individuals to explore and experience new cultures and traditions and to divert from the typical tourist routes.
Covering themes of art, culture, design, and travel, The New Norm uses four seasons, spring, summer, autumn, and winter to create four different series.
Our second issue was shaped around the concept of “change”, by introducing a design element in our publication. We interview Mark Anthony Fox, Page Hotels, Noah & Grey, Building Narrative and Laurie Poast Atelier to learn about the creative process behind the development of their brand. We explore the city of Tokyo and Kyoto, where we take our readers on a journey around the historical city, through a series of ancient temples, architecture, and streets. In this issue, we also worked with a community of photographers, writers, artists and locals from different parts of the world, featuring a tour around the whimsical villages and enchanting fjords in Faroe Islands, memorizing mosques in Iran, an adventure around the quaint seaside resort of Sankt Peter Ording, a look into the future of downtown Seattle and the legacy of neon signboards in Hong Kong.
Size: W: 270mm X H: 210mm
Pages: 153 pages
Paper Type: Double Copper Paper
In this issue
1. Holy Ground
Places of worship in Iran
2. Basao Teahouse
Building Narrative on the design of a boutique teahouse in Causeway Bay
3. A Zen Retreat in Ancient Kyoto
Blue Bottle Café in a century-old Zen monastery
4. Interview: Laurie Poast Atelier
In conversation with the founders of Laurie Poast Atelier, Laurie Poast, and Yves Aubert
5. Fortress of Solitude
Lost in space: Torres Blancas and Walden 7
Alison Choi, Natalie Lam, Margaret Hong Hiu Ching, Inga Hezalian, Mark Anthony Fox, Harimao Lee, thecapsuleofmemories | Dila Tunç, Page Hotels, Philip Chan, Noah & Grey, Building Narrative, Kris Provoost, Effie Teh, Sailor Delich, Laurie Poast Atelier, Madlen Glaewe