Disegno #11

by Disegno

Disegno is the leading leading quarterly magazine dedicated to in-depth reporting on architecture, design and fashion. The magazine is designed by Annahita Kamali and Florian Böhm from Studio AKFB and released in March, June, September and December.

The magazine includes a mixture of reportage, photoessays, profiles, essays, reviews and roundtables.

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; a report into the significance of design auctions; a day of LA film noire with architect Liam Young; dancer Adrien Dantou in dialogue with the experimental chair designs of Konstantin Grcic; a travelogue about Bosnia’s future in furniture manufacture; Makiko Minigawa on the importance of haptic feedback in textiles; and director Paul Schrader arguing for the cinematic legacy of Charles Eames.