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
Drawing celebrates its first 10 years and does so with a special cover designed by Jasper Morrison; a visit to the Bourse de Commerce in Paris, designed by Tadao Ando and Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec; a journey into the depths of Arctic Greenland for Dorte Mandrup's Ilulissat Icefjord Center; the troubled history of IUD spiral design; the exploration of the material and cultural innovations that hide behind the mirrors; the efforts of the center Agbogbloshie of Accra to reduce electronic waste; an exhibition that reveals a new side of Sigurd Lewerentz, with Kieran Long, Tony Fretton, Lyndon Neri, Yung Ho Chang and Ingrid Campo-Ruiz of ArkDes; a dip in the architecture of the archaeological sites of Palestine and some reflections on the occupation together with Ariel Caine, Dima Srouji and Silvia Truini; Formafantasma tells us about an increasingly lean web design and the sector's efforts to make the Internet sustainable; reflections on what makes a design German with the Vitra Design Museum; and, of course, a celebration of 10 years of Design.