Artworks Journal i — 01 September-01 December 2013, #2

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“Artworks Journal #002”

EUR 6.50 — Released 2 September 2013

Last edition Artworks Journal focused on the ways technology influences the arts and business, and how it can help bring the two closer through innovation. In the new edition, out now we explore the ways architecture is integral to this mix.

Charles Saumerez Smith, CEO of the Royal Academy of Arts, furthers his contribution from the last issue, and outlines the six ingredients of the success of Lord Richard Rogers.

We also speak to celebrated Scandinavian Lars Nittve about launching M+ in Hong Kong.

After working as an Art Director at Apple on iPhone and iPad, Matt Judge went on to Eight Inc. often referred to as Apple's best kept secret. He writes about retail experience and how brands can benefit from design generosity.

Founder of, David Basulto, writes about different ways creative people can use technology to compete with bigger corporates.

From hi-tech to lo-tech, Sofia Nyblom explores the world of LEGO, how it has influenced generations of creatives from childhood, and a look at projects with Google.

Ajaz Ahmed, CEO of AKQA, the world's biggest digital agency, expands on his q&a from last issue, and writes a column about the challenges and opportunities of sitting between the arts and business when their worlds collide, and how overcoming them can lead to more successful results.

Former creative director of Diesel, Wilbert Das, took the global fashion brand from millions to billions. After leaving them flourishing he turned his hand to a more private, local project in Trancoso, Brazil, called Uxua Casa Hotel combining the arts and business in a different way.

Back to the urban jungle with founder and editor in chief of, Birgit Lohman who takes a look at the rise of hub culture, combining business, the arts, entrepreneurship, and architecture.

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