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Editorial

Today, industrial designers approach their work from a different perspective.  A poetic design of products has evolved based on a plethora of complex criteria -- human experience; social, global, economic and political issues; physical and mental interaction, form, vision, and a rigorous understanding of contemporary...

Can you picture an op-ed column without words? Or a piece of political news in cartoon form? Could one report on a bank stockholder meeting using only a Q&A format supplemented with a fact sheet on the side with ratings, resembling movie recommendations? If you are...

There is an inextricable bond between how I understand architecture and design. Similarly to architecture, in design my goal is to free space from an overload of signs. Whether big or small, I want all my projects to be a synthesis of aesthetic harmony, of...

Although it is generally believed that this sentence was pronounced by the gladiators before the circus show begun, in reality we only have records of its usage during the celebration of the naumachia (naval combat) in honour of emperor Claudius. And it was not even...

No es fácil juzgar un hecho y trasladarlo a un documento tan despersonalizado como una sentencia y que sea entendido, o mejor dicho comprendido, por aquellos que lo leen sin pulsar la realidad del testimonio y la prueba. Mucho menos disponer de la sensibilidad suficiente...

Back when everything still had a name of its own, designers were those people who defined products, furniture, lamps, tools, appliances and new devices. Couturiers made clothes, and if these could be called haute couture, then they were presented in Paris. Graphic artists looked after...

On a street corner in the El Carmen district in Valencia, where calle Ripalda crossed with calle Alta, seven bold forthright letters stand out, telling us that that if we find ourselves in danger, we had a refugio, or shelter. This sign for an air-raid...

There is an economic crisis. Even the president has acknowledged it. This in spite of months of circumlocutions and euphemisms to evade a term that feels cursed for any statistical analyst: crisis. Now that the problem has been made official comes the shower of cosmetic measures,...