Disegno #15

Disegno #15

London

16 June 2017

Disegno is delighted to announce that the summer 2017 issue of the journal can now be pre-ordered online, and will be available from shops in early July.

Highlights include a roundtable with El Ultimo Grito exploring glitches as a cultural critique; a gallery examining a design workshop for refugees hosted by Jerszy Seymour and Cucula in Berlin that prompts reflection on ideas of integration; ideas for queering design from Nina Power and Gabriel Maher; a history of silipol, postwar Italy’s alternative to marble; and reflections on the architectural reconstruction of the Kathmandu Valley following the 2015 earthquake.


Disegno #15 includes:
The story of Amanda Levete’s porcelain courtyard for the V&A; a travelogue about spirituality’s role in the architectural reconstruction of the Kathmandu Valley; strategies for queering objects with Gabriel Maher and Nina Power; an interview with Kieran Long about his plans to revive Stockholm’s ArkDes; workshop photographs exploring Jerszy Seymour and Cucula’s vision for a post-integration Berlin; the forgotten history of silipol, Milan’s postwar marble alternative; futurist analysis of Ross Lovegrove’s retrospective at the Centre Pompidou; a photographic farewell to 2 Belfast Road, the home of Okay Studio and friends; spatial politics raised by the renovation of Jesus Christ’s tomb; an analysis of the cotton poplin practice of Cos’s Karin Gustafsson; Pink Floyd and the rise of the jukebox exhibition; an investigation into the infrastructure behind Kenya’s state-sponsored torture; Urban-Think Tank’s plan to Re-Activate Athens; and an El Ultimo Grito inspired roundtable about the critical and cultural value of the glitch.