Disegno is a London-based design magazine. The goal of this magazine is to be an independent point of reference 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 number:
A meeting with Marjan van Aubel to discuss the establishment of a solar democracy; a look at the multireligious history of Mosul and the Unesco effort to restore it through architecture; a discussion on the sustainability of foam padding with Daniel Schofield, Stefan Diez and Catherine Aitken; a celebration of the magical IIttala glassworks with Ville Kokkonen and Florencia Colombo; reflections on accessible and inclusive design; a journey between digital interfaces and the production of robotic sneakers with Kram / Weisshaar; a visit to the tiny village of Lehrer Architects for the uninhabited of Los Angeles; an evaluation of the design with a “democratic” interface; a new way of designing around aging, with Tom and Will Butterfield; and a trip to discover the architecture of Naypyidaw, the vast military capital of Myanmar.