Grafikmagazin 2023 #6 – Design im Raum

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In the digital world, the user experience has long been an important criterion in design, but when it comes to real spaces, there is still plenty of room for improvement. In our focus area "Design in space", we show successful projects that create orientation and well-being - from children's homes and museums to trade fair stands, office spaces and public spaces.

Orientation is also the subject of another section in our new issue. In our "Focus on ethics" section, Nina Reisinger and Guillaume Vaslin show how ethical standards can be integrated into everyday design. Design researcher Jennifer Schubert creates spaces for exchange between administration, politics and citizens. This creates change through participation. Good local journalism can also advance and strengthen society, as Karla from Constance shows.

This time, the photography section of Grafikmagazin is taking place in the world's major cities. With Fotografiska, Berlin has gained an exhibition space that offers a stage for contemporary, critical and queer-feminist positions. Alan Schaller, on the other hand, makes the city itself the protagonist and shows people in urban spaces in atmospheric black and white photographs.

Designing for spaces means designing for all the senses - it's challenging, but also very exciting. In our focus section, we showcase a trade fair concept that combines immersive, digital experiences with real spaces, orientation systems that demonstrate posture, small tactile changes that make many things easier for senior citizens and a children's home in which almost nothing is broken anymore.

The examples we present make it clear that design in space is much more than just hanging up signs. Creatives need a deep understanding of spaces, their use and their impact. But if you take the trouble to take a closer look, you can make a huge difference to users and improve their lives.

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