New Norm Magazine Issue 4 is available now from LOREM (not Ipsum). In this issue we unfold a thread of personal thoughts and memories, streams of consciousness that influence their identities and narratives. Featured interviews include Agnes Jonas, Barber & Osgerby, Instrmnt, Gris, Klara Leidl, Koto Design, homework, WatchHouse, & Ziu I.A
The New Norm Magazine is an online journal and annual publication dedicated to exploring and documenting our adventures. Our passion for photography and writing has pushed this publication forward, hoping to connect our readers with the rest of the world through our observations, stories, and photographs. We used four seasons, spring, summer, autumn and winter to create four different series covering themes of art, culture, design, and travel. We also visit different places according to the four seasons to experience local cultures and to share them within the magazine. This issue takes us to Budapest, Malta, Cyprus, Sweden, Iceland, and the UK.
Instruments of Time
The founders of Instrmnt, Pete and Ross share their vision and approach as they explore an interplay between design disciplines.
Abstraction & Empathy
Illustrator Agnes Jonas presents a unique atmospheric aesthetic driven by her mind and emotions.
Shades of Emotions
Gris explores spatial composition and experience through a palette of monochromatic colours.
A Balancing Act
A conversation on innovation, essentialism, and creativity during lockdown with Edward and Jay, the founders of Barber & Osgerby.
In Quest of Origin
Leaving the Comfort of Home.
A Romantic Assembly
Community Manager of WatchHouse, Faye Mitchell, on their Modern Coffee experience in connecting customers and communities with coffee.
Stepping inside the minds of Man Ho and Fanny, the creative duo behind interior design firm ZIU I.A, as they discuss their background and challenges of residential design in Hong Kong.
Stephanie, founder of homework, on her connection to nature, the influence of her Chinese background on her professional pursuits, and their contribution to the conscious movement.
Living with Nature
Koto Design probes the relationship between architecture, people, and nature.
Details: New Norm Magazine – Issue 4
171 pages, 270 x x 210 mm