On an overcast day in early fall, the space between the scattered pockets of buildings along Detroit’s Oakland Avenue buzzed with promise. For someone setting… Read more
A single physical line links Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam. Travelling by train from one of these cities to another takes just a matter of hours and offers view after view of the same flat countryside. In TLmag’s 26th edition, and in it’s extended online pages, we focus on what these cities, and the designers that inhabit them, have meant in the past and what they can become.