Modern Design Review Issue 2

The Library Project

Frequence: Bi-annual
Language: English
Pages: 126

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Issue 2 of Modern Design Review features carefully considered and beautifully presented stories on contemporary product and furniture design. The original content in Issue 2 includes a lengthy ‘Soft Section’ that addresses textiles and comfort in contemporary design through a number of affiliated stories, plus a counter essay on ‘Hardness’. A comprehensive conversation with the great Andrea Branzi is followed by homage to his work and, later, we pause to explore the ethereal work of Wonmin Park. A whimsical and substantial reflection on the role of the button in electrical design is a typical Modern Design Review feature, we include a round-up of our favourite buttons and contribution from some of the finest product designers around.

Talented contributors to the latest issue of Modern Design Review include Ronan Bouroullec, Thomas Brown, Brent Dzekciorius, Leon Chew, Angela Moore, Nicolas Trembley, Santi Caleca, and many many more.

Modern Design Review covers the best of the product, people and theory at the effervescent tip of contemporary design. The publication offers a considered and curated insight into modern design: original and creative storytelling, plus plenty of contributions from talented photographers, writers and designers sets Modern Design Review apart. We choose to focus on ideas and themes that interest us, whether they are central or peripheral, and we are committed to exploring modern design with the creativity and curiosity that the discipline deserves. Plus Modern Design Review is a beautifully designed object in its own right.