Disegno Magazine No. 9 is available now.
A photoessay about Uruguay's female wool workers • Jasper Morrison's dumbphone • Understanding furniture design with Magis's Eugenio Perazza • Mats Rombaut's ethical footwear • A return to Villa le Lac • Welcoming the corporations to creative Berlin • 3D-printed fashion from Bruno Pieters • The story behind Michael Graves's 9093 bird kettle
Furniture design and e-commerce • Peter Pilotto's break from digital fashion design • The history of Robin Day's Polypropylene chair • Architecture and art in Senegal's far east • An Adolf Loos essay about changing feet and footwear • Toronto's burgeoning transport infrastructure • An essay on the design potential of shit
Erwan and Ronan Bouroullec on the wonder of screens • Michael Anastassiades enters furniture design • Designing for yachts with Konstantin Grcic • Chicago's Architecture Biennial • Saint Laurent's maison de couture • A letter from austerity-struck Athens
The Disegno Residency
New methods for communicating climate change, with contributions from Marjan van Aubel, Sam Baron, Maria Blaisse, Ilona Gaynor, Ross Lovegrove, Neri & Hu, Parsons & Charlesworth, PearsonLloyd, Universal Design Studio and Dominic Wilcox
Disegno Magazine No. 13 is available now. Disegno is delighted to announce the winter 2016/17 issue. Highlights from the issue include a photoessay from an Attican marble quarry; a report from the US Supreme Court's hearing of Apple v. Samsung; a roundtable about London's new Design Museum with Deyan Sudjic,...
Disegno Magazine No. 12 is available now. Disegno is delighted to announce that the latest issue of the magazine will launch on Monday 19 September. The launch of Disegno #12 coincides with the magazine's fifth birthday, that will be celebrated at a special event at 66 Leonard Street in Shoreditch,...
Disegno Magazine No. 11 is available now. Highlights in issue #11 include a discussion about the impact of Brexit on design with Ab Rogers, El Ultimo Grito and Julia Lohmann among others; a meeting with Martino Stierli about the relevance of architecture and design to MoMA; landmine disposal in Cambodia;...