nomad, No.13 – Optimism
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nomad is a magazine for design and society. For nomad, design is a process of shaping the future, and a catalyst for social developments and individual lifestyles.
nomad seeks to change the perspective of design – from its status as an extraordinary phenomenon to a concept more rooted in the everyday: a progression that engenders natural appreciation. Alongside a focus on the end-result of the design process and the designers themselves, other aspects are explored and the effects and future potential of design culture, in terms of individuals and society as a whole, are investigated within the framework of a broader understanding of design.
In this way, nomad aims to adopt new stances. The magazine offers views on a wide range of standpoints: personal and economic, cultural and global. By doing so, nomad covers a wide range of topics juxtaposing design, social and lifestyle issues with aspects of shaping the future, providing revelations and inspiration in the process.
In this issue:
In this issue, we focus on the silver linings on the horizon of the paradigm shift – as we seek to identify its indicators, trace its background and anticipate its implications: nomad 13. We ask ourselves where these changes will take us, and talk to those who are addressing future issues on a daily basis and envisioning solutions for the long run: architects, designers, artists, scientists. Amongst them: Bjarke Ingels with ‘Plan for the Planet’, Anab Jain and Jon Ardern from London design studio Superflux, architect and mayor Përparim Rama, Amy Franceschini on modesty and wisdom as part of the solution, Courtenay Smith on ‘houses that can save the world’, and many more interviews and thoughts that spark optimism and illuminate our view into the future.
Sina Port: Beyond diverse — Amy Franceschini: Seed Journey — Michaela Magas: Industry Commons Foundation — Oliver Herwig: Design in (times of) crisis — Sophie von Bonin: Together we can achieve great things — Bjarke Ingels: Forming the future — Lucio Blandini: We have to kick up a gear! — Përparim Rama: We build this city — Courtenay Smith: The Great Rethink — Anab Jain & Jon Ardern: Space of possibilities — Natalia Modenova & Daria Shapovalova: Do Believe the Hype!
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