Design

Section D, 139

Tuesday 10 June

Venice Architecture Biennale special: Tom Morris presents the best of the annual event with insights from Minsuk Cho – the architect and curator of this year’s winning Korean pavilion, we also look at the ever-important…

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Section D, 138

Tuesday 3 June

We visit the AIGA exhibition looking at the past 100 years of typography curated by Monotype and Pentagram. Plus, Christopher Jenner and Pavlo Schtakleff of Sé meet Aled John at Clerkenwell Design Week, and Annie Hastwell…

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Section D, 137

Tuesday 27 May

Lars Bevanger reports on the Utøya memorial designs of Jonas Dahlberg and the delicate balancing act of private and public grief. We also sit down with New Deal Design’s Gadi Amit to hear about his new wearable tech and…

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Section D, 136

Tuesday 20 May

Monocle design editor Tom Morris hosts a special edition of Section D from NYCxDESIGN, featuring the movers, shakers and makers influencing the future of the industry at New York's biggest design showcase.

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Section D, 135

Tuesday 13 May

Monocle design editor Tom Morris reflects on the golden age of corporate identity with Tony Brook of Unit Editions and our Creative Director Richard Spencer Powell. Plus, Alexei Korolyov profiles Austrian talent Susanne…

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Section D, 134

Tuesday 6 May

We stretch our legs down the catwalk at Palestinian Fashion Week, talk the business of design retail with MoMA’s director of merchandise, and get up close and personal with London’s leading mannequin maker.

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Tuesday 29 April

Deyan Sudjic discusses his new book, “B is for Bauhaus”, we consider the merits of London’s skyline, and Luis Vidal joins us to reflect on the new Heathrow Terminal 2.

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Design / Architecture

The shape of things to come

Monday 28 April

London’s current building boom means its iconic skyline is being dwarfed by shortsighted skyscrapers relying on childlike novelty rather than longevity within the surroundings. But the ‘Gherkin’ – the building that kicked…

There were a lot of misleading headlines in the British press last week when it became known that one of the city’s most iconic skyscrapers had gone into receivership. Many leapt to the assumption that it was empty (it’s…

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Design / Retail

Homeware Top 25

April 2014

For Monocle’s Homeware Top 25 we present our round-up of the simply designed and yet endlessly useful things – from coat hooks to ceramics and cooking utensils to kettles – that make a home not just a location to escape to…

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