Disegno publishes its print journal four times a year. The journal is devoted to long-form writing and photography around design. It covers all design fields, as well as the social forces that shape, and are shaped by, the discipline
Disegno #29 includes:
A meeting with Marjan van Aubel to discuss the establishment of a solar democracy; a look at the multi-faith history of Mosul and Unesco's effort to restore it through architecture; a discussion about the sustainability of foam upholstery with Daniel Schofield, Stefan Diez, Catherine Aitken and company; a celebration of IIttala's magical glassworks with Ville Kokkonen and Florencia Colombo; reflections on accessible design and the need for greater diversity; a study of chronological curation and the problems therein; a journey through digital interfaces and robotic sneaker production with Kram/Weisshaar; a critique of digital furniture and the NFT boom; a visit to Lehrer Architects' tiny home village for LA's unhoused; an assessment of FinTech and “democratic” interface design; a new way to design around ageing, with Tom and Will Butterfield; and an architecture field trip into Naypyidaw, Myanmar's vast military capital.