Dirty Furniture is the independent design magazine that uncovers the relationship between people and the things they live with. Conceived as a finite printed series of six and showcasing design’s best writers and emerging talents, each issue takes a piece of furniture as its theme and uses it as a springboard to explore topics spanning politics, design, history, technology, psychology, manufacturing, art – and the plain weird.
4/6 – Closet
Alice Twemlow on clutter
Jeremy Atherton Lin on coming out
Philippa Snow on fashion
Rob Gallagher on avatars
Brian Dillon on time capsules
Clare Lyster on logistics
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Dirty Furniture calling…
by Studio Hyte
Dirty Furniture calling… kicks off Tuesday April 7th
Dial in at 6pm to hear design’s great minds talk about phones, love, work, distraction and life in this somewhat alienating time of social distancing. The coronavirus has turned the world as we know it on its head. Join us to discuss what the new normal might be. Find out more here.
Dirty Furniture @ Established & Sons
Come and join us! Dirty Furniture editor Anna Bates is leading a panel discussion on the future of work with designer Konstantin Grcic and Adam Strudwick from HLW - see Clerkenwell Design Week guide for details.
Well Done Alice!
Hats off to Alice Twemlow, who won an award for her fantastic piece Don't Think! Discard! You can read the essay, commissioned and published by Dirty Furniture, in issue 4 – Closet.