PIN UP 16. Spring-Summer 2014 (Milano Design Issue)
This, the first-ever design issue of the magazine, highlights a variety of persons and stories, and also includes an extensive, 80-page Milan Design Week special. Among the featured contributors and designers are Max Lamb, Spanish architect and designer Patricia Urquiola, Nathalie du Pasquier, Eindhoven-based Studio Formafantasma, American artist Matthew Barney, Luigi Caccia Dominioni, key Italian designer Alessandro Mendini, Japanese fashion label Comme des Garçons, Los Angeles-based furniture design duo the Haas Brothers and Francesco Vezzoli.
The Hands-On London Designer Who Will Leave No Stone Unturned
NATHALIE DU PASQUIER
A Former “Memphis Girl” Reveals Her True Colors
The Ibero-Italian Design Powerhouse Is Having the Time of Her Life
Talking Sex, Nuts, and Bolts with the Design World’s Winsome Twins
EVA FRANCH I GILABERT
Global architecture thoroughbred and executive director of New York’s Storefront for Art and Architecture talks about her plans for the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale.
PLUS an 80 page MILANO SPECIALE, including the phenomenon of hidden master Luigi Caccia Dominioni, elaborate Seminato floors photographed by Delfino Sisto Legnani, Oeuffice’s table centerpieces reinterpret urban motifs at the domestic scale, a survey of emerging artists who root their practice in traditional Italian design, backstage with the visionary design gallerists Antonia Jannone, Nina Yashar, Luisa delle Piane, Lella Valtorta, Clio Calvi, Lilia Laghi, and Rossana Orlandi, the evanescent architecture of this season’s biggest fashion shows, personal musings from leaders of top design companies, Alessandro Mendini’s stroll through Monumentale Cemetery, and an exclusive portrait of Milanese power couples by artist Francesco Vezzoli.
The genesis of Dover Street Market’s retail fantasy (seen through the lens of artist Alex da Corte), the architecture of Matthew Barney, how Apple is changing the way we see the world, the world of Studio Formafantasma, a tour of the headquarters of Johnson Publishing Company in Chicago with artist David Hartt, a full-on luxury lifestyle immersion of total looks, and so much more.