Published twice a year by the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Harvard Design Magazine provides a platform for some of that institution’s big brains to consider the world we live in. This latest issue is themed around ‘Seventeen’, inspired by the idea of living 17 years into the new millennium, and it spins out into a broader consideration of teenagers and teenage entities. (In this context, buildings, institutions and even electorates can all be considered to have teenage traits.)
Take a look at the video below to see the magazine in action, complete with its shifting cover graphic. This issue of Harvard Design Magazine is one of the titles submitted for this year’s Stack Awards – if you publish an independent magazine you’d like us to consider, complete your application by 29 September and you could be one of our winners.
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