A design magazine driven by strong, investigative writing, Disegno is a quarterly title offering thoughtful analysis of current affairs. Each issue reveals fascinating stories through on architecture, design, and fashion, and it’s publication we’re always excited to read.
Their 15th issue travels to Kathmandu, Berlin, and Kenya, and will no doubt offer the same high quality of engaging reading. See our video review of their past issue, and grab your copy with Sampler to get it for free shipping and 10% off the cover price.
In this issue:
— The internet’s sarcastic documentation of pointlessly gendered objects
— Design workshop for refugees in post-integration Berlin
— The forgotten history of silipol, Italy’s alternative to marble
— Cos’s Karin Gustafsson sits down to chat about cotton
— Pink Floyd and the rise of the jukebox exhibition
— And architectural reconstruction of the Kathmandu Valley following the 2015 earthquake
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