Björk, Shelter at 50 and age-neutral design: CR October

Our October 2016 issue features an exclusive interview with Björk about her experiments with virtual reality, Shelter’s 50 years of campaigning for better housing, new thinking around age-neutral design and much more

Our October print issue features an exclusive interview with Björk and two of her key collaborators, Andrew Thomas Huang and Andrew Melchior. Coinciding with her Björk Digital touring show, Björk discusses the potential of VR and why artists must play a leading role in helping to define technology

CR Oct 16 cover image from Björk’s Family VR video created by Andrew Thomas Huang c/o STRANGELOVE.
CR Oct 16 cover image from Björk’s Family VR video created by Andrew Thomas Huang c/o STRANGELOVE.
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Rick Poynor reviews You Say You Want a Revolution? the Victoria & Albert Museum’s new survey of the social, cultural and political impact of the 60s

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Patrick Burgoyne interviews Pinterest Co-Founder and CCO Evan Sharp about the platform’s design approach

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Eliza Williams visits the new HQ of BETC Paris and sees how the agency is leading the revival of the Pantin district

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We trace the 25 year history of Laurence King Publishing in an interview with the imprint’s eponymous founder and Creative Director Angus Hyland

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Mark Sinclair examines the roles of photography, graphic design, branding and advertising in Shelter’s 50-year fight for better housing

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And The Age of No Retirement sets out its case for age-neutral design

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