Issue No 1 — Where to go?


Only available in German language.


The title “nomad–where to go?” reflects our contemporary way of life, which is condensed in the feeling that much that seems familiar is changing, being questioned and redefined.

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Issue No 1 Where to go?

The first edition of nomad contains an interview with the renowned Danish city planner Jan Gehl centred on the question: “How can major cities be designed for human life?”. Also included is an interview with French designer Benoit Jacob, who was chief designer in the development of the BMW i3 and BMW i8. Jacob answers questions on how the concept of individual mobility will develop. Among other articles of interest, you can also read Frank Wagner’s essay “The End of Design?” and draw inspiration from photoessays by Erik Chmil and Armin Smailovic, as well as gaining insight into 20-year-olds’ visions for the future as part of a profile and interview series. 


Jan Gehl: The Human Metropolis — Armin Smailovic: Sleeping Men — Maximilian Hurler: On Entrepreneurship and Design The New 20-Year-Old: Three Questions for Generation Z  Matthias Lilienthal: Theatre as a Laboratory — Frank Wagner: The End of Design — Hasso Plattner Institut: Thinking in Terms of Design  Anders Thomas: Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg Benoit Jacob: In Front of a Blank Piece of Paper Erik Chmil: Where to Park? ZurichParisLondon: Design Report


Additional Information
164 pages, offset-printed and perfect bound, full color on uncoated and coated paper. Printed in Germany. Publication date: May 2016. English language version has sold outonly available in German language.