Disegno #30

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 #30:

A special 10th-anniversary cover designed byJasper Morrison; a visit to Paris’sBourse de Commerce, designed byTadao Ando andRonan and Erwan Bouroullec; a journey deep into Arctic Greenland forDorte Mandrup’s Ilulissat Icefjord Centre; the troubled design history of the coil IUD;Front’s exploration of the material and cultural innovations behind the mirror; efforts to curb e-waste at Accra’sAgbogbloshie; an exhibition that reveals a new side toSigurd Lewerentz, withArkDes’s Kieran Long,Tony Fretton,Lyndon Neri,Yung Ho Changand Ingrid Campo-Ruiz;a dive into the architecture of Palestine’s archaeological sites and what they say about occupation, as told byAriel Caine,Dima Srouji andSilviaTruini; lean web design courtesy ofFormafantasma and the industry’s efforts to make the internet sustainable; questions about what makes designGerman,explored by theVitra Design Museum; a one-piece plywood cantilever, dreamt up byLászló Moholy-Nagyfor Isokon, now executed byJasper Morrison; Vancouver’s cocktail of art, drugs and development; and a photographic celebration of 10 years ofDisegno.