By: Alice Rawsthorn
Published by: Gustavo Gili
Softcover. 200 pages. 15 x 23 cm
At a time when we are forced to confront great and tumultuous changes on different fronts, from the environmental to the technological, Alice Rawsthorn explores how new generations of designers use digital tools to pursue their social, political or ecological goals .
The award-winning British design critic and author brings together unpublished texts in Design as an Attitude in which she addresses essential aspects of contemporary design: from her role in the interpretation of new technologies to her role in the face of the environmental crisis, through her role in the expression of our identities or the digital empowerment of the new wave of designers in Africa.
In response to the great challenges and transformations in contemporary design, this book offers us a lucid vision of the impact it has on us, now and in the future.