Where is “Harry’s House”? Unboxing the mysterious cover of Harry Styles’ new album | Architectural Summary

Harry Styles’ next album cover Harry’s house.

Photo: Hanna Moon

In case you missed it, Harry Styles has announced that he will be releasing his third solo album, Harry’s house, May 20 via Columbia Records. As Fork underlined, the title refers to the 1975 song by Joni Mitchell “Harry’s House / Centerpiece.” (Not only does he have her approval, but Joni tweeted that she loves it.) While it’s obviously an exciting time for all her stans, what I just couldn’t get enough of was the album cover photographed by Hanna Moon. I’ll leave the full breakdown of the outfit to vogue but here’s a spoiler: he’s dressed “head to toe” as Molly Goddard.

The image depicts the pop star standing upside down on the ceiling of a sparse living room – hand on hip with the other gently resting on his chin, Harry poses as the thinking face emoji. This begs the question, is this a man half thought or in a deep state of confusion? Maybe he also wonders why there is a vase of pink tulips on the floor?

Of course, the only furniture in sight is vintage – there’s a rusty orange Milo Baughman or Pace style chrome tubular loveseat which has probably been reupholstered, a table that looks a bit like Marcel Breuer’s Laccioand a white Spaghetti Lounger Giandomenico Belotti 109. I’ve spent the last 72 hours on every corner of the internet trying to identify them all, but there are mysteries too complex to solve!

A wooden framed painting with white flowers on a sage green background hangs on the wall near the arched doorway, through which viewers are invited to enter Are you home. (According to Billboardwebsite is updated daily with different setting of Ralph Waldo Emerson cover Nature and chosen essays at Haruki Murakami The chronicle of birds to go up and the Cavallini mushroom puzzle.)

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