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Disegno No. 14

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Disegno Magazine No. 14 is available now at LOREM (not Ipsum). Disegno #14 features an interview with J.W. Anderson about abstraction’s role in fashion and art; a series of quality control tests in Ikea’s test lab; a report on the political challenges of Selgas Cano’s school for Nairobi’s Kibera slum.

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Disegno Magazine No. 14 features also 11 colour tests for Johannes Itten, developed by Bethan Laura Wood, Jasper Morrison, Ab Rogers, All the Way to Paris, Olafur Eliasson, Edward Meadham, Laetitia de Allegri, Ronan Bouroullec, Gamfratesi, Studiopepe and Muller Van Severen; a micro-history of designed animal life in the age of Crispr; Beasts of Balance’s exploration of play at the coalface of digital/physical interaction; an anatomy of the co-working space, as envisaged by Onkar Kular; GT2P’s exploration of the design possibilities of lava from Chile’s volcanoes; reportage on the future of the nation state in the face of the EU’s Rail Baltica infrastructure project; watercolours from Alpine Architecture, the landmark crystal architecture treatise from Bruno Taut; seaweed from the shores of Sharjah with Talin Hazbar and Julia Lohmann; the politics of Sweden’s VAT cut for repairs; an assessment of Abstract, the new poster child for design from Netflix; the connections between networked objects and musical instruments, as explored by Roli’s Blocks; and design analysis of the speculations of Donald Trump, with contributions from Parsons & Charlesworth, Ahmed Ansari, Nama Khalil, Carolyn Shapiro and Francisco Sousa Lobo, Ilona Gaynor and A Parede.

Disegno Magazine No. 14 features also 11 colour tests for Johannes Itten, developed by Bethan Laura Wood, Jasper Morrison, Ab Rogers, All the Way to Paris, Olafur Eliasson, Edward Meadham, Laetitia de Allegri, Ronan Bouroullec, Gamfratesi, Studiopepe and Muller Van Severen; a micro-history of designed animal life in the age of Crispr; Beasts of Balance’s exploration of play at the coalface of digital/physical interaction; an anatomy of the co-working space, as envisaged by Onkar Kular; GT2P’s exploration of the design possibilities of lava from Chile’s volcanoes; reportage on the future of the nation state in the face of the EU’s Rail Baltica infrastructure project; watercolours from Alpine Architecture, the landmark crystal architecture treatise from Bruno Taut; seaweed from the shores of Sharjah with Talin Hazbar and Julia Lohmann; the politics of Sweden’s VAT cut for repairs; an assessment of Abstract, the new poster child for design from Netflix; the connections between networked objects and musical instruments, as explored by Roli’s Blocks; and design analysis of the speculations of Donald Trump, with contributions from Parsons & Charlesworth, Ahmed Ansari, Nama Khalil, Carolyn Shapiro and Francisco Sousa Lobo, Ilona Gaynor and A Parede.

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