Editorial highlights

July 2009

DESIGN:
What gets me going: Maarten Baas burns furniture (2)
DAMn° Productivity: a round-up of new product design
Disturbed Design: 5.5 redefines the boundaries of design (3)
Meal Moves: the ekiben

ARCHITECTURE:

On Track: High Line; a former railway goes green in New York
Austrian Shapes: new dimensions from Vienna
Unusual Dwellings: Volker Seding’s zoo images
The European Prize for Urban Public Space: the 2006 shortlist
Wild Blue Yonder: Montreal landscape architect Claude Cormier (4)

FOOTBALL FEVER: LIFE’S A BALL

Ball Control: reinventing the football at London’s Design Museum
Toy Tactics: Trexi figures; cult branding by Coca-Cola
Nike’s Play Beautiful: from street to stadium by Bless (5)
The Big Equaliser: Magnum photographers at the Goethe Institute
Leagues Apart: football’s amateurs by Hans van der Meer
Team Spirit: FC Fossombrone and Dirk Bikkembergs
Grounds for Glory: new football stadia
Old Scores: the Large Piece of Turf exhibition in Nürnberg (6)

URBAN & SOCIAL:
Under Seige: The Iraqi Equation; contemporary Arab representations in Barcelona
Writing on the Wall: the murals of Iran, photographed by Teun Voeten (7)
Them or US: cultural globalisation

FASHION:

Beyond the Ring: Babes in Sport, an exhibition by Anna Gulmann

ART:

Body Work: Porn meets humour with Canadian artist Roger Gremo (cover)
The Moral Gum: Gilbert & George; the twin interview (9)

GRAPHICS:

Guerillas that Glow: the work of the design collective rAndom International (8)

PHOTOGRAPHY:
Shore Thing: the Salton Sea by Kim Stringfellow
Carpets & Concrete: the Ostmoderne project in Bratislava

AGENDA:
what’s up and where