Revolution

Issue 29

F/W 2020/2021

Viva la revolución! On the cover: Photography by Deniz Celtek and Niklas Bildstein Zaar for sub. Inside: activist graphic language selections from Jerome Harris; Paola Antonelli on revolutionary new materials; David Fortin on decolonizing design; Philippe Malouin’s bold new design moves; BIPOC Studios classifieds by Dong-Ping Wong; Gregory Ketant on Quantum Architecture; a tribute to the late great legend Nanda Vigo; the urban interventions of Hong Kong protesters; and Camille Okhio on the curse of Versailles.

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Revolution

Issue 29

F/W 2020/2021

XU TIANTIAN

This Chinese architect is starting a rural revolution through architectural acupuncture

Interview by Beatrice Galilee

Portraits by Rujie Wang

KANDIS WILLIAMS

The L.A.-based artist gives history a hard read by radically recasting the past

Interview by Mahfuz Sultan and Chloe Wayne

Artwork by Kandis Williams

AMIN TAHA

The controversial award-winning British architect is taking material efficiency to new load-bearing heights

Interview by Andrew Ayers

Portraits by Harry Mitchell

SUB

Andrea Faraguna and Niklas Bildstein Zaar discuss the symbols and desires they hold close.

Portfolio by sub

Interview by Jordan Richman

LUCA CIPELLETTI

The Italian provocateur designs museums and exhibitions that preserve the past while empowering the future

Interview by Hans Ulrich Obrist

Portraits by Josep Fonti

Also in the issue

Ted Barrow sorts through the vestiges of Trump aesthetics; Drew Zeiba on the 5G revolution; the history of the Guy Fawkes mask; accessibility hot spots from gender neutral bathrooms to hostile architecture; Akeem Smith’s dance-hall architecture; Alice Bucknell’s speculative E-Z Kryptobuild; prison abolition and design ethics with Raphael Sperry; Rafik Greiss photographs Issey Miyake textiles; an interview with design oracle Piero Gandini; Supreme’s objets d’art; Jerome Byron on quarantine renovations; the architecture of common ground; a book on the history of architecture and the Algerian revolution; an interview with Maite Borjabad on design futures; and so much more.