Dirk Koy / Deeyah khan / Barbara Chandler / Bishi Bhattacharya/ YousraElbagir/ DamlaTurgut / DNW-Deeds Not Words / Forensic Architecture / Public Works / Wellbeing City Award / dRMM Architects / Deltalight / Orms Architects / Santiago Cirugeda / Squire and Partners / The Gentle Author / Chris Dorleybrown / BAIT Film / Artist-Lucy McKenna / Hastings Pier / Partisan Collective / Lawrence Abbott /Architects Of Rosslyn / BGS Architects / Clarisford / Big Architects / Terrapin Bright Green /Sustainability / Augmented Reality and more…
Mischief; noun. This volume looks at playful misbehaviour. The rule-breakers and the game-changers. The ones who take what is normal and make it their own – ensuring they have fun with what they’re doing along the way.
Full of 200+ pages of music, culture and beautiful living,
Often compared to a book in terms of size and quality,
Perfect for your coffee table or backpack,
Each tmrw volume is printed on recycled paper in the United Kingdom,
We’re proud to be partnered with Offset Earth to help lower our impact on the climate.
Issue 01 features Dodgr, Maak Lab, Broccoli Magazine, Wilhelm’s Memorial Home, Teruo Kurosaki, Lever Architecture, Manu Torres, Kee’s #Loaded Kitchen, James Enos, Kamp Grizzly, Brown Printing and Dawson Park.
In Farsi, the word JOON translates to life, and is often used as a term of endearment. It carries a positive connotation of closeness and affection, bestowed upon one's beloved.
Tucked between the binding of this publication you will find compelling stories, insightful interviews, and inspiring works of art by a diverse group of humans based in Portland and beyond.
Extra Extra n°14 hovers over many lightening skylines, feeling the metropolis hum. Lisbon based film maker Pedro Costa tells you more on the intimate touch of his protagonist Vitalina Varlela. The eminent philosopher Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi awakens desire and pleasure in the age of impotence. Also in the issue, the artist Monster Chetwynd and an exciting new voice in non-fiction, Kevin Breathnach. Singer-songwriter Devendra Banhart candidly speaks on the thrill of sexy messages. Enjoy a graphic novel on living room fantasies and some sweltering book suggestions on travelling.
Extra Extra is a multidisciplinary platform exploring eroticism and culture. We are delighted to share stories we first listened to in the metro, at office parties, in hotel rooms and in the park at the heart of our neighborhood. Our online platform, biennial print magazine, temporary projects and live events celebrate mundane and sensual city life. Featuring commissioned essays, new works, short stories and in-depth conversations between creative minds of all disciplines. Extra Extra looks at artistic endeavours with a witty, sophisticated eye presenting and working closely and collaboratively with cultural producers who dare to share the sensual fantasies that can be encountered in their work and personal life. In a quest of an international language of the urban, the platform promotes cultural and social dialogue between artists, producers and a worldwide audience. Lose yourself in the stories of a blazing imaginative city life of Extra Extra – whether fictional or true – these adventures are a true aphrodisiac.
In the fifth issue, Migrations, Mekdes Yilma and Tsigereda Brihanu discuss the realities, challenges, and dangers faced by migrant domestic workers in Lebanon and their work to end an oppressive system; Miranda July shares three short stories from her collection No One Belongs Here More than You; Elia Suleiman talks about identification with the globalized Palestine and his latest film, It Must be Heaven; Mazen Kerbaj illustrates his daily attempts to learn German; Steven Heller discusses how to shift the design history discourse and his experiences with Impostor syndrome; and more.
Safar is Beirut’s bilingual (Arabic-English) and biannual independent visual and design culture magazine, providing a window into cultural production in the Middle East. Born from a need for publications on contemporary design, critical investigation, thinking, and experimentation in the region, Safar invites designers, writers, thinkers and other creatives to respond to a set theme. It is the brainchild of Maya Moumne and Hatem Imam, the founders of the graphic design and art direction agency Studio Safar.
Ein Handbuch für Grafiker, Typografen und Ausstellungsgestalter
Seit mehr als dreissig Jahren begleitet Rastersysteme auszubildende oder unterrichtende Gestalter als praktisches Handbuch, das in einfachen Schritten mit der Funktion und Anwendung von Rastern in zwei- und dreidimensionalen Anwendungen vertraut macht. Es beinhaltet genaue Anleitungen für die Anwendung aller vorkommenden Rastersysteme (8 bis 32 Rasterfelder), die für die verschiedensten Arbeiten angewendet werden können.
Sie sind ein Arbeitsinstrument, das Designern ein sicheres und rascheres Konzipieren, Organisieren und Gestalten von visuellen Problemlösungen gestattet – von der Visitenkarte bis zum Ausstellungsstand. Josef Müller-Brockmann hat alle wesentlichen Punkte, die bei der Konzeption eines Rasters beachtet werden müssen, im Detail und Schritt für Schritt mit vielen Anwendungsbeispielen aufgezeichnet und erklärt.
Deutsch | Englisch, 176 Seiten, 357 Abbildungen, 21 x 30 cm, Hardcover, 11. Auflage
The themes for this issue focus on extinction, reconnection and redesign, alongside a series of dialogues.
LIVING CLOSE TO THE EDGE
The issue opens with photographer Kazi Md. Jahirul Islam’s extraordinary picture essay on the floods in Bangladesh and the damage that they wreak on everyday life in Chittagong. Aaron Davies looks at efforts to save the world’s wild coffee species, many of which are at risk of extinction. And Anna Souter explores how plants, surviving the worst manmade disasters, can offer an alternative model for living in the face of the environmental crisis.
A TIME TO RECONNECT
Victor Steffenson’s words and Peter McConchie’s photographs create a powerful message for our cover story, which looks at how Indigenous fire management methods could help save Australia and improve the environment. We also hear how conservationists in the UK are using a creative approach to engage people with nature. And our picture story from the Choithram Netralaya eye hospital in Indore reveals how free cataract operations can help India’s poorest regain their sight and their lives.
REDESIGN / RETHINK / REWORK
We examine how community groups and retailers are changing the way we access and engage with food and with each other, from a movement to promote simple plant-based recipes in working class areas of Brazil to the Kitchen Social in north London, UK, which brings the local community together around food and activities. We also talk to designer and author Julia Watson about how traditional Indigenous technologies could be adapted to improve modern cities.
Climate activist Ayisha Siddiqa describes how her personal history led her to the climate movement, writer Jonny Keen looks at wildlife on a brownfield site, and journalist Paul F Cockburn explores how we need darkness in our lives.
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Our contact with nature has been broken. The environment that most of us are born into is mainly brick and concrete. The animals that we share this space with are largely pets or pests – the spider climbing the wall lost in our territory. The fridge buzzes quietly in the kitchen, full of the industrialised and processed produce it’s keeping cool. Our lives, thoughts, consciousness, become overwhelmed and consumed by the digital world that we connect with through a range of different sized screens. Our wonder at the natural beauty our planet presents to us is one step removed by the screen resolution and detail of the image.
Without that contact how can we really understand the impact of the decisions we make as people and governments? How can we even truly understand ourselves as a part of nature? Where the Leaves Fall is a magazine that explores humankind’s push-pull relationship with the natural world.
Three young men grace the cover of issue 26, the first being Kelvin Harrison Jr., the up-and-coming actor from New Orleans with roles in 12 Years a Slave, It Comes At Night and Waves. Talking to Anna Smith, he discusses working with his idols, a tireless work ethic and the changing shape of masculinity.
Second, we have Belgian rapper Baloji, an artist in perpetual motion. His albums – including the sweeping, psychedelic 2018 LP 137 Avenue Kaniama – have established him as a star in France and Belgium, and gradually crossed over to English-speaking audiences. The musician of Congolese origin reflects on his career– past, present and future – with Aimee Cliff.
Our third split cover features actor Earl Cave – son of Nick Cave and The Vampire’s Wife designer Susie Bick – hot off the heels of playing Ned Kelly’s younger brother, and fellow gang member, in Justin Kurzel’s visceral drama True History of the Kelly Gang. He talks with Claire Marie Healy about coming out from the shadows of rock and fashion royalty to forge his own creative path.
Elsewhere, Shadow Justice Secretary and Labour MP David Lammy muses on empire, emerging tribes and our need for community, legendary Japanese musician Ryuichi Sakamoto shares his thoughts on his latest soundtrack for The Staggering Girl, William T. Vollmann examines San Francisco’s BDSM community and the ties that bind it, while Deyan Sudjic profiles the multifaceted designer Martino Gamper. Looking good has also taken us all around the world, with fashion stories coming from Cyprus, the Barbican, New York City and Brazil, to name a few.
In our Commentary, we have two short stories from Booker Prize longlisted writer Sophie Mackintosh and Irish novelist Naoise Dolan, an essay on the support of creativity by translator Jen Calleja, the opening pages of the award-winning Winter in Sokcho (Hiver à Sokcho) by Elisa Shua Dusapin, as well as a mysterious photomontage from artist Katrien De Blauwer.
Finally, in the Porter, Caleb Landry Jones explores his new album, Tomos Parry shares the beauty of cooking fresh fish on an open fire, photographer Tobias Harvey visits the rugged Faroe Islands, Matthew Turner celebrates Richard Hollis’ design work for London’s Whitechapel Gallery and Jacob Charles Wilson meets writing mentor and protégé Colm Tóibín and Collin Barrett.
So often, we exhaust ourselves and the planet in a search for very large pleasures - while all around us lies a wealth of small pleasures, which - if only we paid more attention - could daily bring us solace and joy at little cost and effort. But we need some encouragement to focus our gaze.
This is a book to guide us to the best of life's small pleasures: everything from the distinctive delight of holding a child's hand to the enjoyment of disagreeing with someone, to the joy of the evening sky; an intriguing, evocative mix of small pleasures that will heighten our senses and return us to the world with new-found excitement and enthusiasm.
Being Up Late at Night
A Book That Understands You
Pleasant Exhaustion After a Productive Day
Whispering in Bed in the Dark
Finding Your Feet Abroad
The Ideology of Small Pleasures
Hardback book | 247 Pages | 210mm x 140mm x 25mm | Yellow ribbon bookmark
Good Sport issue 04 heads left field into a theme we’re all craving now more than ever – Community.
Things you’ll find in this issue: mothers, modularity, buttered fingers, digital doubles, boxing as art, a new type of storm, room for the weirdos, clothing more radical than racing 100miles across Namibia and a Basketball comp that shares D.N.A with Rucker Park.
Things you won’t find: play-by-play stats, ’marketing-friendly’ running photos, draft-pick banter, a tennis jacket buyers guide or protein supplement discounts.
Cover: Grand Bassin by Sample-cm photographed by Nathan Ceddia in Berlin, Germany in late 2019.
Features: Pop Trading Company, Prahran Summer Jam, Fancy Lad Skateboarding, HalfTimeLondon, Grand Bassin Sample-cm, Mimic Productions, Vollebak, BikeStormz, Godfried Donkor, The Patta Running Team, Manoj Dias.
Good Sport is a magazine out of left field.
The vision to connect and inspire has long been at the heart of the magazine, merging our roots in punk, skate, photography and other subcultures. Along with an innovative appreciation of printed matter, Good Sport was created to challenge the old:traditional way of making a sports magazine with an uncompromising pursuit of quality, integrity, and originality. We work with people we believe in, we talk about topics and ideas we find important and try help give voice to the people and organizations we care about. The interests and influences that inspire our magazine sit under a large, inclusive, cross-generational umbrella. Our ideas come as much from the influence and care of printed matter and design as well as the possibilities we see in the world next to our commitment to the power of sport, living actively and engaged lifestyles. We believe in doing things with a team spirit, with conviction and an openness to learn and grow. That’s the definition of sport to us, and we’re interested in the endless ways people from all walks of life manifest this attitude. We invite you to join us, through both print and online, and become part of the Good Sport team.
Issue 01, 02, 03 and the Annual Report are all sold out. Issue 04 is currently being created between Amsterdam, Melbourne and South Africa.
Journal du Thé (JdT) invites the reader to explore contemporary tea culture. Created and edited by Johanna Tagada Hoffbeck and Tilmann S. Wendelstein in 2018, Journal du Thé wonders what is it that makes tea into this force which lets us slow down and grants serene moments to our lives. It is said, that what makes a teapot a teapot is the empty space inside. Likewise this publication sets out to explore space – in this case the space surrounding a cup of tea. With a curious and playful eye, Journal du Thé investigates the palette of cultures and feelings contained within tea practices and their power to overcome borders. For us, tea is a symbol of togetherness.
Chapter 3 explores everyday tea culture in India, visits craftspeople in Japan, England and elsewhere while musing about the concept of scale. Chapter 3 features among others the potter Steve Harrison, tiny teaware in Alsace, France, the Kakuun-tei teahouse in the heart of Tokyo forest, Kettl Tea in New York, a short introduction to Einstein’s Tea Leaf Paradox, a collection of endlessly surprising teapots from Kochi in India, the metal craftswoman Yumi Nakamura, a teapot in the shape of a peacock, an Indian tearoom in 1920s Germany and its relation to the Bauhaus, the delicate Japanese confectionary of Okashimaru, a piece on Mingei theory and Oriental Orientalism, an essay on tea gardens in India and Japan, a recipe for a cup of Rama Tulsi, a piece on the meaning of tea in post-colonial Zimbabwe, Johanna Tagada’s paintings of women and tea, a list of books and what they have in common with the tea ceremony, the father of studio pottery in India Gurcharan Singh, Mai-Thu Perret’s giant walk-in teapot, Louise Garland introducing the holy Kawakawa plant of New Zealand, Satish Kumar and his inspiring peace walk,Taiwanese potter Ia-Wen Li, and of course another instalment of Izumi Shiokawa’s manga.
With contributions by Yoshiko Imaizumi, Cécile Sayuri Poimboeuf-Koizumi, Chipo Mapondera, Izumi Shiokawa, Kohei Yamamoto, Anuradha Ravindranath, Yashima Ide, Yasmine Ganley, Sarah Gissinger, Anouk Peeters, Ilona Tuominen, Malwine Stauss, The Bauhaus Archive Berlin, The Collection of Musée Alsacien Strasbourg, Charlotte Desborough, Jyoti Naoki Eri, René Rötheli, Aargauer Kunsthaus, Eléonore Grignon, Marco Tsai, Tilmann S. Wendelstein and Johanna Tagada.
_ Biografische Reflexionen eines Architekten _ Selbstständige Geschichten, die an diversen Fäden zusammenhängen _ Vom Lokalen über das Regionale zum Globalen _ Thema der Verdichtung der Welt und was das für die Schweiz bedeutet
Ein Block mit Bleistift, ein kleiner Laptop, eine Loggia im Schatten – möglicherweise mit Blick aufs Meer: Über eineinhalb Jahrzehnte, meist in den Sommerferien, hat Architekt Markus Lüscher über seine Streifzüge durchs Leben reflektiert um herauszufinden, wie diese ihn beeinflusst und seinen Horizont erweitert haben und insbesondere sein Schweizersein prägen. Aus seinen biografisch durchsetzten Aufzeichnungen, die viel Alltägliches, Menschliches und Persönliches, aber auch Fantastisches und Groteskes beschreiben, setzt sich dieses Lesebuch zusammen. Im Mittelpunkt stehen neben Beobachtungen und Geschichten aus der Heimat des Autors im Seetal (Kanton Aargau) und der Schweiz auch seine Erfahrungen, die er auf Reisen in andere Länder sowie im Rahmen eines längeren beruflichen Auslandaufenthaltes in Hongkong machte. Was Markus Lüscher beschreibt, ist exemplarisch für die heutige Verdichtung der globalisierten Welt, dem Wachstum von Metropolen und Agglomerationen. Er macht deutlich, dass diese Entwicklungen auch für die Schweiz in der Mitte Europas relevante Themen sind, die die Zukunft der Eidgenossenschaft maßgeblich beeinflussen.
Deutsch 864 Seiten 100 Abbildungen 12 x 18 cm Klappenbroschur Erscheinungsdatum: 11/2018
“Running is one of our primal activities besides eating, sleeping, and sex. For survival, humans had to both chase and escape. Runaway started 2018 by exploring the latter. After searching the souls of two of our favorite cities, we felt it was about time to search our own. While the West used to carry the promise of a new age for all seekers of alternatives, Runaway is heading east from Brooklyn—time for a new direction in a changing world. Right across the ocean in Portugal we found a great spot for more than California dreaming. While the sheltered Mediterranean draws people who are ready to retire, Portugal's windswept Atlantic Coast is perfect for those who need space to breathe. It not only produces some of Europe's biggest waves and has helped define a unique country, it’s also a great place to run.”
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R U N A W A Y is an independent travel magazine dedicated to the growing community of runners and trailblazers around the world. Our title certainly does intend to convey a sense of rebellious independence, but mainly the pursuit of exploring our world on foot, in the streets, day and night. Each issue is a guide to a different city and seeks to portray its soul and energy. By highlighting characters, current affairs, culture, art, food and grit from a street level, Runaway hopes to serve as an inspiration to run, create and explore...
Our latest issue, The Silver Lining, reports on solutions to the pandemic in Europe. The virus doesn’t stop at borders. Neither does solidarity.
From hotlines and a simple “hello”, to contact-tracing technologies and football supporters building field hospitals, discover the people, places and politics making sure this cloud will have a silver lining.
What it means to be European in an increasingly chaotic world.
As the first magazine for European ideas, Are We Europe brings you borderless journalism from the next generation of storytellers. We all know Europe is a rich patchwork of cultures and identities — now we’re bringing those stories directly to your feed.
The history of the adidas shoe, from its earliest beginnings until today
The adidas story is one of groundbreaking designs, epic moments, and conceiving the all-around sports shoe, worn by the likes of Lionel Messi, Run DMC, and Madonna. A mecca for sneaker fans, this book presents adidas’s history through more than 350 pairs of shoes from the “adidas Archive”, including one-of-a-kind originals, vintage models, never-before-seen prototypes, and designs from Stella McCartney, Yohji Yamamoto, Parley for the Oceans, and more.
100 years ago the brothers Adolf ("Adi") and Rudolf Dassler made their first pair of sports shoes. Hundreds of groundbreaking designs, epic moments, and star-studded collabs later, this book presents the first visual review of the adidas shoe through more than 350 models including never-before-seen prototypes and one-of-a-kind originals.
To further develop and tailor his products to athletes’ specific needs, Dassler asked them to return their worn footwear when no longer needed, with all the shoes eventually ending up in his attic (to this day, many athletes return their shoes to adidas, often as a thank you after winning a title or breaking a world record). This collection now makes up the "adidas archive", one of the largest, if not the largest archive of any sports goods manufacturer in the world—which photographers Christian Habermeier andSebastian Jäger have been visually documenting in extreme detail for years.
Shot using the highest reproduction techniques, these images reveal the fine details as much as the stains, the tears, the repair tape, the grass smudges, the faded autographs. It’s all here, unmanipulated and captured in extremely high resolution—and with it comes to light the personal stories of each individual wearer. We encounter the shoes worn by West Germany’s football team during its “miraculous” 1954 World Cup win and those worn by Kathrine Switzer when she ran the Boston Marathon in 1967, before women were officially allowed to compete; custom models for stars from Madonna to Lionel Messi; collabs with the likes of Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, Raf Simons, Stella McCartney, Parley for the Oceans or Yohji Yamamoto; as well as the brand’s trailblazing techniques and materials, like its pioneering use of plastic waste that is intercepted from beaches and coastal communities.
Accompanied by a foreword by designer Jacques Chassaing and expert texts, each picture tells us the why and the how, but also conveys the driving force behind adidas. What we discover goes beyond mere design; in the end, these are just shoes, worn out by their users who have loved them—but they are also first-hand witnesses of our sports, design, and culture history, from the beginnings of the Dassler brothers and the founding of adidas until today.
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Christian Habermeier has been working as a photographer and designer since 1989. He taught communication design and has taught photography and digital illustration from 2000 to 2006. His own projects span from Cuba, Kenya, Nepal, India, Switzerland, to Hong Kong. In 2000 he founded studio waldeck photographers and was able to realize his long cherished vision of a CO2-neutral studio in 2013.
Sebastian Jäger studied design at the Georg-Simon-Ohm University of Applied Sciences in Nuremberg, focusing on moving images and photography, where he met former lecturer Christian Habermeier in 2005. Their joint company studio waldeck photographers serves customers from industry and the cultural sector. Since 2011, they have been creating a visual record of the holdings of the historical adidas archive.
Christian Habermeier, Sebastian Jäger
Hardcover, 31.8 x 29.6 cm, 5.63 kg, 644 pages Multilingual Edition: English, French, German
NEW RESIDENTIAL GARDEN CONCEPTS & ARCHITECTURE FOR A GREENER PLANET
Wander through an assortment of innovative gardens, from rooftop plots to lush countryside backyards.
As our lifestyles become more sustainable, so does the way we interact with our gardens. No matter what size your patch is, it’s easy to create diverse and rich environments for plants and insects, or to grow your own fruits or vegetables. The Gardens of Eden introduces you to over 20 imaginative projects, featuring interviews with garden designers, insightful texts, and plans to show what contemporary garden culture looks like. In addition, this title offers information about different climate zones and soil types and gives tips for sustainable gardening and self-sufficiency. Get creative with native plants, and design greener corners within urban areas. The Gardens of Eden looks at fascinating examples of gardens around the world, teaching what you can do for nature while revealing what a green space can do for you.
Abbye Churchill was the editorial director of Wilder Quarterly, and her first book, A Wilder Life (co-written with Celestine Maddy), was featured in the New York Times Book Review. Her writing has also appeared in the New York Times, Vogue, Food & Wine, and W. She lives in Brooklyn, New York City.
Author Marcel Beyer gets us to witness an evening at the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg attended by a host of celebrities—a reception in honour of Andreas Gursky. In his waspish descriptions of the images, the writer, who relies on widely disseminated and easily accessible photographic material, takes umbrage at the way executives, football managers, and actresses confidently push themselves in front of the art. In the process he produces an ironic commentary on Gursky’s series of large-format, decorative pictures. Beyer’s essay is based on a lecture that the writer gave in spring 2017 at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum at the launch of the DFG Research Training Group (GRK 2132) “Das Dokumentarische: Exzess und Entzug”. The audience who attended the event now respond to the talk in writing: with comments, remarks, and ripostes.
Marcel Beyer (b. 1965 in Tailfingen) is a German writer, epic poet, essay writer, and editor. He received the Georg Büchner Prize in 2016.
Text: Marcel Beyer & Graduiertenkolleg 2131 (Friedrich Balke, Natalie Binczek, Tabea Braun, Esra Canpalat, Astrid Deuber-Mankowsky, Robert Dörre, Julia Eckel, Oliver Fahle, Katja Grashöfer, Maren Haffke, Sarah Horn, Felix Hüttemann, Niklas Kammermeier, Cecilia Preiß, Matthias Preuss, Stefan Rieger, Simon Rothöhler, Armin Schäfer, Monika Schmitz-Emans, Robin Schrade, Annette Urban, Leonie Zilch)
65 pp. with 7 drawings thread-sewn softcover
Leipzig April, 2020
Edition Number: 1
Width: 16 cm
Length: 24 cm
AUTHOR Marcel Beyer , GRK 2132
EDITOR Friedrich Balke, Natalie Binczek, Maren Haffke, Simon Rothöhler
Driven by ‘simple, remarkable ideas’ Stockholm Design Lab (SDL) has been transforming brands as one of the leading forward-thinking design agencies in the world. From developing visual identities to defining creative approaches for the biggest brands today, its works are as diverse as they are distinct and delightful to capture hearts across all walks of life.
To mark its 21st year in the industry, SDL has compiled a special monograph with over 500 pages of exclusive insight into its creative inspiration, processes, and portfolio. Categorised by industry, the book’s contents include behind-the-scenes anecdotes, mock-ups, and never-seen-before images; serving as a valuable source of reference and reflection for designers at any level.
Editor: Victionary Specs: 230 x 290 mm, 568 pp Format: full colour, hard cover with dust jacket Release date: March 2020 Language: English
From leadership principles for troubling times, to tips on refreshing (and reopening) your business, our June/July issue is packed with all the stories and tools you need to reemerge from the global health crisis with confidence, inspiration and a solid plan.
Also in this issue:
-How to be a resilient (and better) leader
-Tips on boosting your emotional intelligence
-From craft breweries to taxi firms, why are worker-owned co-ops on the rise?
-Business opportunities in the post pandemic world
-On the frontline of managing a chocolate supply chain
-What short-term pivots will become permanent?
-Sustainability’s godfather on the top principles to follow
-Lessons from Mexico’s first zero-waste supermarket
Courier reports on modern business and startup culture from our headquarters in east London on topics from around the world. Launched in 2013, we are stocked in over 350 outlets in London and are increasingly available in locations around the UK and internationally. We reach 80,000 readers across the world with our print edition. We also work with a range of brands big and small to help them better understand the impact startup culture has on their business. We produce strategy and insights and a range of creative materials including brand content, films, identity and digital products.
Wir haben uns in Transhelvetica #59 ein bisschen von der Haustüre weg gewagt und sogar ein kleinwenig über den Tellerrand gespäht. Aber keine Sorge, auch in dieser Ausgabe sind wir der Schweiz – wie schon in den vergangenen zehn Jahren – treu geblieben. Vielmehr haben wir uns von der Ferne inspirieren lassen. Denn ohne die Lebenslust des Südens, ohne die liebevoll reduzierten Objekten aus dem Norden, ohne die ruhebringenden Philosophien des Fernen Osten und ohne die knisternde Erotik aus dem Westen wäre es im Réduit solide farblos. So sind wir quer durchs Land und gleichzeitig «In 80 Seiten um die Welt» gereist.
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