Disegno is a London-based design magazine. The goal of this magazine is to be an independent reference point in its field, with in-depth longforms and articles from sector criticism. Inside we find reportages, photo shoots, interviews, reviews and debates from all over the world that animate the discussion in this field.
Starting from design, Disegno ranges in architecture, fashion, urban planning, graphics and technology. Drawing is also a physical hub that organizes exhibitions, events and meetings where new ideas and trends ferment.
Dimensions: 22x27.5 cm
In this issue of Disegno Journal:
Hannah Beachler, Jomo Tariku, Ini Archibong and others discuss their work in the Met's Afrofuturist period room; reflections on the Nakagin Capsule Tower and its physical and ideological deterioration; an unveiling of Stefan Diez's conductive textile lighting for Vibia; a conversation between David Chalmers and Space Popular on digital reality design; multiple trips to East Quay by the Onion Collective; a pioneering feminist architecture collective; photographs from Emeco House and the restoration of a sewing workshop; a study of Mumbai's historic chawls at the height of redevelopment.