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Disegno #23 offers in-depth, long-form journalism and critical writing, as well as inspiring portraiture, arts photography and reportage, all of which provide a window onto contemporary design and surrounding fields.

Highlights from the summer issue include a travelogue from Coromandel, where Martino Gamper and Francis Upritchard have re-fired the kilns of the Driving Creek Potteries; an exploration of gender disparity in Caroline Criado-Perez’s Invisible Women; an essay examining design and streaming by way of Netflix; a photographic survey of New York’s Ford Foundation, 50 years on; a scheme to redress the environmental damage and design limitations of liquid soap from Form Us with Love; the world’s first quantum computer, designed by Map, Universal and IBM; a visit to Madagascar, where the Polyfloss Factory is working to reduce plastic waste; an interview with Hella Jongerius, as she reaches the end of her year-long sabbatical in weaving; and a trip to Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Hill House, newly encased within chainmail life support by Carmody Groarke.

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