How architecture can heal, Domenico Gnoli, tiny flip phone keychains, and an "Amazing" pick me up music video.
Frequent Visitors is a weekly newsletter created to share the things we (over at Frequent Practice) have enjoyed visiting each week. Sometimes related to design, reads, and creativity. Sometimes related to anything else.
This ted talk by Michael Murphy, Founding Principal of MASS Design Group, is beautiful and wonderful and did make me tear up more than once! There are countless lovely moments in the 15 minute presentation where he discusses topics like how architecture can heal and restorative justice. If you only have a chance to visit one thing from this list, might we recommend their National Memorial for Peace and Justice project.
Studio Safar designed the cover for the latest issue of Raddar, the Swiss review dedicated to design research. They translated the cover into Arabic and “reversed it’s reading for your entertainment”.
We would love to be in Milan visiting this retrospective exhibition of Domenico Gnoli’s work.
Glossier recently opened their Miami store which looks lovely, and prompted us to revisit the work PRO Architecture did for their Los Angeles flagship (AND the design object/tiny flip phone keychain/brow checking compact mirror they had made for the LA opening).
Pablo Delcan’s cover for the latest New York Times Magazine issue Where Does American Democracy Go From Here?
That’s it for this week! Thank you for reading and we hope you enjoyed your visit :) We love having visitors as much as we love being them, so it would mean the world if you shared this newsletter with someone you think might enjoy it! As always, we’d love to hear your thoughts + learn about some of your favourite finds by reading your replies to this email!!
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