This biannual tome is dedicated to key events in architecture, design and fashion over the last six months. It is an essential read and flick for both laymen and professionals and gives a flavour of the current stylistic and intellectual preoccupations of architects, product and fashion designers.
GBP 12.00 — Released 19 April 2013
A look back at Louis Kahn’s original design for the Four Freedom’s Park on Roosevelt Island in New York City that was finally completed this year
A dissection of the journalism staple, the Press Trip. Will Wiles provides a humorous account of the pitfalls of this area of journalism.
A glossary of specialist couture terms from the Valentino archive alongside images of the objects and techniques that they refer to runs through the magazine as this issue’s Residency
A study of Iris van Herpen’s unique approach to fashion, which combines 3d-printing with clothing forcing us to wonder is it art or something functional?
A beautiful curation of jewellery as designed objects; photographed in unusual settings that allude to their intimate relationship with the body
A series of photographs taken by Hedi Slimane, creative director of Saint Laurent, of the Paris office and the apartment of the late designer, Yves Saint Laurent.
An insight into the unique circumstances and inspiration behind the Parrish Art Museum on Long Island by Herzog & de Meuron.
An introduction to the winners of MOMA PS1’s Young Architects Programme CODA and their design for this year’s summer pavilion, Party Wall
An investigation into the emerging design culture of Iceland by Design Museum curator, Pete Collard
A recently observed trend of Japanese craft in contemporary design, featured in an article on 21st Century Japonisme