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  • 228 pages 
  • 21.6cm x 30.5cm 
  • Published in Cambridge, MA, 2019 

Scholarly, poetic, surprising, and visually lush, each issue of Harvard Design Magazine opens a door onto design’s role in today’s culture. This issue, ‘Inside Scoop’, is “a renewed call to expand the architectural imagination to the interior”, and begins with the provocative question of why do architects care more about exteriors than interiors?


In this issue:


  • Jennifer Sigler expands upon Mohsen Mostafavi’s question, “What about the inside?”
  • Interior Evidence: a photo essay by Phillip R. Denny
  • An interview with Maja Hoffmann and Mohsen Mostafavi
  • And that brilliantly simple cover, revealing the unseen architecture of the printed page


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