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Disegno No. 10

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The new Disegno Magazine No. 10 is available now and available at LOREM (not Ipsum). The new issue features amazing stories.

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The female fictions of fashion designer Erdem Moralıoğlu; a tour of Bahrain with architect Anne Holtrop; ghost stories about Milan’s industrial past, with contributions from Alessandro Mendini, Marco de Vincenzo, Patricia Urquiola, Jamie Hayon, Oki Sato and Paola Antonelli; design lessons from Naoto Fukasawa’s paper products; a roundtable with OMA and Rem Koolhaas about the perils of architectural preservation; Jasper Morrison’s photographic memories of Tsukiji fish market; a conversation between Pritzker Prize winner Alejandro Aravena and author Owen Hatherley; reviews of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Philodendron, and The Witness; a travelogue about the textile industry and fashion community of Porto; a report on the potential of computational design; an insight into the utopian transparency of Sanaa’s Grace Farms; Felipe Ribon’s necromantic plans for reshaping design; a gallery of jacquard designs; and a meeting with ID’s legendary founding editor Jane Thompson.

The female fictions of fashion designer Erdem Moralıoğlu; a tour of Bahrain with architect Anne Holtrop; ghost stories about Milan’s industrial past, with contributions from Alessandro Mendini, Marco de Vincenzo, Patricia Urquiola, Jamie Hayon, Oki Sato and Paola Antonelli; design lessons from Naoto Fukasawa’s paper products; a roundtable with OMA and Rem Koolhaas about the perils of architectural preservation; Jasper Morrison’s photographic memories of Tsukiji fish market; a conversation between Pritzker Prize winner Alejandro Aravena and author Owen Hatherley; reviews of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Philodendron, and The Witness; a travelogue about the textile industry and fashion community of Porto; a report on the potential of computational design; an insight into the utopian transparency of Sanaa’s Grace Farms; Felipe Ribon’s necromantic plans for reshaping design; a gallery of jacquard designs; and a meeting with ID’s legendary founding editor Jane Thompson.

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