Design Book Magazine launched its premiere issue this month. The publication delivers engaging coverage of contemporary architecture, interiors, products, and fashion to professionals and design enthusiasts worldwide. The magazine's unique format adapts the look and feel of a traditional paper magazine by placing it on the web for quick and easy access.
The premiere issue entitled Grand Tour features an array of design articles including: FXFOWLE International's Dubai proposal for the largest and tallest spanning bridge in the world, an interview with Tim Andreas the interior designer of trend-setting environments at the Delano, Shore Club, and Mondrian resorts, and a look at the architectural evolution of Miami's cultural institutions with Cesar Pelli's design for the Arsht Center, the MAM by Herzog and de Meuron, and Frank Gehry's proposal for the New World Symphony on Miami Beach.
Other articles feature green products such as the Lightning GT, an environmentally friendly British sports car accompanied by glossy fashion editorials from Paris, Sydney, Bali, Miami and Palm Springs. The more competitive readers can take part in architectural, photographic, and other design competitions. There is even a designer travel section that, in this issue, reviews luxury resorts including the TwinPalms, The Evason Six Senses Resort and Spa, and Amanpuri by Aman Resorts in Phuket, Thailand.
Design Book Magazine is available free at http://www.designbookmag.com/.