Disegno #22

This issue includes:

A roundtable with Ilse Crawford about the value of wellbeing; an exploration of the potential of native corn for Mexican communities, led by Fernando Laposse; a study of neoteny in design, and the power of objects to engender endearment; a trip through the psychological effects of Tetris and spatial design; a visit to a divided Paris as Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec open their crystal fountains for the Champs-Élysées; MoMA'shistory as a tastemaker in design; a trip to CES to see tech attempt to take on climate change; Joseph Grima's curation of a permanent home for Milanese design at the Triennale Museum; a study of architecture in the anthropocene, courtesy of Feilden Fowles's visitor's centre for the Yorkshire Sculpture Park; a look at data's intersection with politics in Patrick Susskind's new book; a report examining the rise of the design magazine award ceremony; a dive into the legal wranglings between Marcel Breuer and Alvar Aalto; and a chance to win a Grab watering can by Stine Aas and Northern.