Disegno #36

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Yassine Ben Abdallah’s sugared challenge to ethnographic museums; the danger of designer copycats, as set out by Adam Nathaniel Furman; a study of art’s role in Lagos’s tropical modernist architecture; the Togo sofa’s starring role in Rye Lane; a shimmering bag of leftovers from Ayzit Bostan; architectural reuse and humanitarian aid in Brda Foundation’s windows for Ukraine; Philippe Malouin’s cup and ball lamp; Hansgrohe and Lovehoney’s business case for pleasure in the shower; Alexandra Hakim’s citrus drink jewellery; a flashlight for displaced children, designed in concert by Ambessa and Pentagram; an assessment of the environmental impact of the Apple iPhone; Casio’s mustard yellow piano for home use; a new climate-conscious community space for Udaipur, created by Studio SaarFormafantasma’s research into the human-ovine relationship; a professional Polaroid that challenges ideas around the instantaneousness of imagery; the industrial design story of the Ableton Push 3, as told by Philipp von Lintel; acid green glassware by CompletedWorksTetsuo Mukai’s comparison of the Parthenon and Disney’s Cinderella Castle; holes torn into a Tokyo house by Mio Tsuneyama and Fuminori Nousaku; an explanation from Oscar Lhermitte as to how the chocolate bar got its form; and Corinne Quin’s analysis of online sizegivers.

Disegno is an international journal dedicated to long-form writing and photography around design. Country of origin: England