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
A discussion on the reverse gentrification of Dumbo (Brooklyn), hosted by Malika Leiper and Stephen Burks; an essay on advertising campaigns relating to the introduction of the Covid-19 vaccine; an interview with Omer Arbel who explores his alchemy with copper and glass; a report on the future of television, with Erwan Bouroullec, Yves Béhar and Carole Baijings; Beirut captured before and after the explosion by photographer Myriam Boulos; reflections on the design of the interface of online bookstores, from Amazon to Bookshop.org; a peek into the Rimowa archives that makes you dream of traveling to the time of Covid; a round table in which friends, students and collaborators remember the great Italian designer and thinker Enzo Mari.
And so on.