The impact that the human population has on the environment is overwhelming and action is needed to make positive change. What role does technology play in this and how can it help to create a brighter world? Our lives have been accelerated and it’s important to take stock of what this means for generations to come.
Inside this issue, we look at how Architizer is questioning the definition of what makes a successful. building through collaborative practice, ecological impact and sustainability. Given that more people live in cities than rural areas globally, we need to access the importance that architecture plays in supporting social interaction.
Lagos-based label Orange Culture is leading in creating fashion that disrupts by reinvesting in their local community – driving the Nigerian fashion industry forward.
Made in Dublin by Eamonn Doyle revisits Baudelaire’s flâneur through the ambiguity of the modern-day city.
We celebrate 100 years of Bauhaus through a round-up of key events taking place worldwide, which are surveying the centenary of this art and design movement, and how its legacy is still felt today.
In photography we present a range of practitioners – William Bunce, Uwe Langmann, Bethany Murray, François Aubret, Henri Prestes and May Parlar – who are using concept and style to create works which move between fine art, architecture, documentary and fashion. Matias Alonso Revelli, this issue’s cover photographer, questions the definition of an image, asking, is it all just pixels?
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Matias Alonso Revelli, Lucerco. Courtesy of the artist.