Nomad is a biannual magazine about design and society, viewing design as something that shapes the future both for individuals and society. It covers a broad range of issues from the economic to the personal, exploring the place of design and questioning how we design the future.
From the publisher:
In this issue, we focus on the silver linings on the horizon of the paradigm shift – as we seek to identify its indicators, trace its background and anticipate its implications: nomad 13. We ask ourselves where these changes will take us, and talk to those who are addressing future issues on a daily basis and envisioning solutions for the long run: architects, designers, artists, scientists. Amongst them: Bjarke Ingels with ‘Plan for the Planet’, Anab Jain and Jon Ardern from London design studio Superflux, architect and mayor Përparim Rama, Amy Franceschini on modesty and wisdom as part of the solution, Courtenay Smith on ‘houses that can save the world’, and many more interviews and thoughts that spark optimism and illuminate our view into the future.