Harvard Design Magazine
Don’t be put off by the dry, academic name if you’re interested in design matters. Sure, Harvard Design Magazine is an official publication of the Harvard Graduate School of Design and it’s undeniably scholarly, but this is a very accessible, well-written and thought-provoking magazine that gets out of its lane to ‘enrich and diversify’ discourse around its subject.
In some ways it even aligns with other innovative design journals at Magalleria such as The Funambulist by seeking new definitions or better understanding about the place of design in our lives. It does this in the same way by publishing dialogue and contributions from a mix of respected and unorthodox thinkers drawn from a wide range of disciplines including art, architecture, urban planning, art, science and literature. As the HDM itself says, it ‘opens a door onto the applied device of design, and the people, places, and politics it engages.’