Design November 3, 2011
Steven Heller, the co-chair of the MFA Design program at the School of Visual Arts and co-founder of the MFA Design Criticism program, wrote an article for The Atlantic about SALT, the new cultural institution in Istanbul whose mutable identity and graphic system was designed by Project Projects (YG5).
“We see our role as designers as combining critical and self-reflective activities into the act of designing itself. Ideally, our work not only serves the institution or client whom we’re working for in a strategic manner, but also pushes our own thinking around design further and contributes to a historical discourse around design’s purposes and functions,” said Prem Krishnamurthy of Project Projects. Read the full article here.
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