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Join AZURE Media as we go face-to-face with acclaimed Chicago-based designer, author and thinker Bruce Mau, the next subject in our ongoing series Site Visit.

Site Visit is a new collection of virtual talks bringing you face to face with some of the most exciting international architects and designers working today. Join us on Instagram (@azuremagazine) for this series of live conversations led by our editors and featuring a host of creatives from New York to New Delhi and beyond. Streamed directly from their studios, hear how these award-winning practices got their start, navigate the design community in their respective regions and continue to practice amidst a growing list of political, economic and social challenges.

July 17: Bruce Mau

For over 35 years, Canada-born, Chicago-based designer Bruce Mau has pushed the boundaries of graphic design — operating at the edge of strategy, branding, signage, environments and philosophy. In 1985, he founded his eponymous studio, where he would lead the development identifies for some of the world’s leading institutions, from the Museum of Modern Art and OCAD University to the Seattle Public Library.

Mau’s 24 principles forming his Incomplete Manifesto for Growth are the foundation of “MC24,” his latest book with Phaidon.

Following his work on the seminal publications S,M,L,XL (1995) and Massive Change (2004), Mau co-founded both the design consultancy Massive Change Network as well as the Institute Without Boundaries, an interdisciplinary design program based in Toronto. He is currently chief design officer of Freeman and author of the new book Bruce Mau: MC24, published by Phaidon.

Stay tuned for more face to face interviews with global creatives!

Site Visit: Bruce Mau

Join us on Instagram Live for an interview on Friday, July 17, with the celebrated designer and thinker.

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