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Disegno #15

£8.00

Disegno #15 includes:

The story of Amanda Levete’s porcelain courtyard for the V&A; a travelogue about spirituality’s role in the architectural reconstruction of the Kathmandu Valley; strategies for queering objects with Gabriel Maher and Nina Power; an interview with Kieran Long about his plans to revive Stockholm’s ArkDes; workshop photographs... ​​Read More

Disegno #15 includes:

The story of Amanda Levete’s porcelain courtyard for the V&A; a travelogue about spirituality’s role in the architectural reconstruction of the Kathmandu Valley; strategies for queering objects with Gabriel Maher and Nina Power; an interview with Kieran Long about his plans to revive Stockholm’s ArkDes; workshop photographs exploring Jerszy Seymour and Cucula’s vision for a post-integration Berlin; the forgotten history of silipol, Milan’s postwar marble alternative; futurist analysis of Ross Lovegrove’s retrospective at the Centre Pompidou; a photographic farewell to 2 Belfast Road, the home of Okay Studio and friends; spatial politics raised by the renovation of Jesus Christ’s tomb; an analysis of the cotton poplin practice of Cos’s Karin Gustafsson; Pink Floyd and the rise of the jukebox exhibition; an investigation into the infrastructure behind Kenya’s state-sponsored torture; Urban-Think Tank’s plan to Reactivate Athens; and an El Ultimo Grito inspired roundtable about the critical and cultural value of the glitch.


Disegno is the leading quarterly magazine dedicated to in-depth and independent reporting on architecture, design and fashion. Containing unique and insightful content, the magazine aims to generate debate, inform, entertain and inspire, bringing thoughtful analysis of current events to a design-interested audience.

Softcover
208 pages
July 2017
English
ISSN 2048-77711
In Stock
Disegno is the leading quarterly magazine dedicated to in-depth and independent reporting on architecture, design and fashion. Containing unique and insightful content, the magazine aims to generate debate, inform, entertain and inspire, bringing thoughtful analysis of current events to a design-interested audience.