You'll Love This Issue If:
- You love mother nature
- You want to see product design inspired by nature
- You love the TED conference
The 2009 March/April Issue of I.D. Magazine is inspired by nature! Inside we'll feature design that's been inspired by, and works together with, the earth. Not to mention strategies for surviving the recession from top designers, an overview of the TED conference that's now in its 25th year, and more. All this inside I.D. Magazine's 2009 March/April issue.
In I.D. Magazine's 2009 March/April Issue You'll Find:
It Was a Dark and Stormy Year...
Top designers share strategies for surviving the recession.
by Ernest Beck
Love in the Time of Agita
Obsessing over his favorite themes-community, utopia, and goo-Jerszy Seymour prepares to open a few design shows.
by Nick Currie
TED at 25
A brief history of the conference that's changed the face of invention.
by Nicole Dyer
Into the Wild
Intrepid designers go to the ends of the earth for an upcoming Cooper-Hewitt show.
by Eve M. Kahn
Richard Hearne stockpiles rare woods for designers and architects.
by Barbara Flanagan
Urban farms are taking over America's asphalt jungles.
by Alissa Walker
Please Decay Just a Little Bit Longer
MIO designs eco-friendlier-than-usual gardening tools for Target.
by William Bostwick
We sent three designers to RISD's Nature Lab to find inspiration among the more than 80,000 specimens.
by Monica Khemsurov
Put your feet up and read about the new generation of electric bikes.
by Gordon Kanki Knight
Developments in I.D. stories from MARCH/APRIL 2008
The view from our ECONOMIC FREEFALL
AI WEIWEI riffs on classic furniture at Phillips; The MoMA Store showcases KOREAN design; Tomas Libertiny's new ink-stained CABINET
MAJORA CARTER on greening beyond the Bronx
Our many STORAGE solutions add up to one big problem.
A new SYNAGOGUE earns LEED's highest accolade.
VITRA AT ORGATEC by Dieter Thiel and Sevil Peach; Julian Schnabel's limited-edition BEACH TOWEL; Maharam's art-inspired TEXTILES
Architecture: CENTRAL LOS ANGELES AREA HIGH SCHOOL #9
Graphics: MODERN PAINTERS
Book: THE ART OF ROMANCE
A breezy history of hand-held FANS