Note from the editor :
Disegno #24 offers in-depth, long-form journalism and critical writing, as well as inspiring portraiture, arts photography and reportage, all of which provide a window onto contemporary design and surrounding fields.
Highlights from the autumn issue include an interview with designer and researcher Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg, whose projects on synthetic biology and mass extinction have been exhibited widely this year; a travelogue from Ukraine exploring the role of traditional crafts in shaping national identities; an essay on the wider societal implications of Snoo, a robotic bassinet from Fuseproject and Harvey Karp; a portrait of the studio Company, the design industry’s very own detective agency; a review of McDonald’s new flagship restaurant; an essay on the mural and graphic art of the Sudanese protests; panda politics at BIG’s new animal enclosure at Copenhagen Zoo; and an opportunity to win a Paul McCobb magazine rack from Fritz Hansen.
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