Curve (design magazine)

Curve (design magazine)
Managing Editor Belinda Stening
Categories Design magazines
Frequency Quarterly
Publisher Belinda Stening
First issue 2002
Company Beesting Publishing Pty Ltd
Country Australia
Language English
ISSN 1446-4829

Curve is a magazine about industrial design and product design. Published quarterly since 2002, it features interviews and profiles with designers, product developers and manufacturers,[1] as well as coverage of new materials, technologies and trends in industrial design.[2]


Formats and availability

Curve is available by subscription only. As well as the print edition, there is a complete set of online archives at the magazine's website, accessible only to print subscribers.[3]

The website also features a blog covering industrial design news.[4]

Affiliations and partnerships

Curve is a member of the International Design Media Network (IDMN)[5] established by the International Design Alliance (IDA), an alliance of global design associations for industrial design (Icsid), communication design (Icograda) and interior design (IFI).[6]

Since 2009, Curve has been a media partner of the red dot design award.[7]

Notable designers profiled in Curve


  1. ^ "Design Magazines", Core77, accessed 30 August, 2011.
  2. ^ "Curve: Current issue", accessed 30 August, 2011.
  3. ^ "Curve: Subscribe", accessed 30 August, 2011.
  4. ^ "Curveblog", accessed 30 August, 2011.
  5. ^ "IDMN participants", Icograda website, accessed 30 August, 2011.
  6. ^ "The International Design Alliance", Icograda website, accessed 30 August, 2011.
  7. ^ "Register now for the red dot award: Product design 2009!", red dot website, accessed 30 August, 2011.

External links

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