Disegno #32

Disegno is a quarterly journal devoted to design and its impact on the world.

Expect in-depth writing and photography covering all design fields as well as the social forces that shape, and are shaped by, the discipline.

Disegno #32:

A meeting with Hannah BeachlerJomo TarikuIni Archibong and others, as they discuss their work on the Met’s Afrofuturist period room; reflections on the Nakagin Capsule Tower and its physical and ideological deterioration; an unravelling of Stefan Diez’s conductive textile lighting for Vibia; a conversation between David Chalmers and Space Popular about designing digital realities; multiple journeys to East Quay by the Onion Collective, a community space to revitalise postindustrial Watchet; archived memories from Matrix, a pioneering feminist architecture collective; photographs from Emeco House and its restoration of a sewing workshop; and a study of Mumbai’s historic chawls on the cusp of redevelopment.