Pairs

Pairs is a student-led journal at the Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) dedicated to conversations about design that are down to earth and unguarded. Each issue is conceptualized by an editorial team—including GSD students—that proposes guests and objects to be in dialogue with one another. Pairs is non-thematic, meant instead for provisional thoughts and ideas in progress. Each issue seeks to organize diverse threads and concerns that are perceived to be relevant to our moment. Thus, Pairs creates a space for understanding and a greater degree of exchange, both between the design disciplines and with a larger public.

Below is a list of in-print works in this collection, presented in series order or publication order as applicable.

Sort by title, author, format, publication date, or price »
2.Cover: Pairs 02

Pairs 02

Delgado Álcega, Nicolás
Gintoff, Vladimir
Huggins, Kimberley
Winston, Kyle

Pairs is a student-led journal at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design dedicated to conversations about design that are down to earth and unguarded. Pairs 02 features conversations with Rashid bin Shabib, Sara Hendren, Jorge Silvetti, and Sumayya Vally, among others.

3.Cover: Pairs 03

Pairs 03

Piazza, Adrea
Howard, Olivia
Winston, Kyle

Pairs is a student-led journal at Harvard University Graduate School of Design dedicated to design conversations. Pairs 03 features Thomas Demand, Mindy Seu, Mira Henry and Matthew Au, Alfredo Thiermann, Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine, Anne Lacaton, Edward Eigen, Katarina Burin, Marrikka Trotter, Christopher C. M. Lee, Keller Easterling, and others.

Heathen: Religion and Race in American History, by Kathryn Gin Lum, from Harvard University Press

Recent News

Black lives matter. Black voices matter. A statement from HUP »

From Our Blog

(logo) SpeakOUT: 50th Anniversary

Speaking with SpeakOut Boston

We continue our celebration of Pride Month by talking with some of the speakers who volunteer with SpeakOUT Boston. They share their stories with a variety of audiences to foster a better understanding of the LGBTQ+ community, so we thought we’d ask them some questions of our own.