In Disegno issue 26 take a trip through the radical history of the Casa do Povo in Bolsonaro’s Brazil and read about Celine’s efforts to refashion retail through art. Also in this issue, NASA and the development of interplanetary rovers for Mars; Neri Oxman’s speculations hit MoMA; a study of habit-forming design through the apps that both reinforce and critique it; a look at the literary potential of the hotel via Eimear McBride; prismatic medal games in the arcades of Japan; Formafantasma’s deep dive into the timber industry; a new forensic kit from Kate Strudwick; and a photographic tour of Alpine chalets, seen out of season.
Disegno is an international journal dedicated to long-form writing and photography around design.
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