AGM Publishing has made the decision to stop publishing its bi-monthly design magazine ProDesign. The next issue, to be published in May, will be the final edition.
ProDesign was first launched in 1992 and has been a faithful communicator of events and activity within the commercial design sectors of graphic design, product design and commercial interior design. ProDesign has enjoyed a long relationship with the Designers Institute of New Zealand and has also been a sponsor of the Best Design Awards for many years.
AGM will launch a new magazine in September 2011 that will provide focused coverage of the commercial interior design sector.
The new magazine will feature interior architecture and design projects across office and workplace, retail, hospitality, education, public and other interior commercial environments. It will also offer an intelligent mix of news, opinions, profiles and interviews.
The new magazine will be edited by Michael Barrett, editor of ProDesign, and designed by Matthew Straker, AGM’s creative director, who recently redesigned Urbis magazine. It will be published four times a year in large format.
AGM would like to thank the many readers of ProDesign and its advertisers for their support over the last 16 years.
AGM Publisher Parul Sheopuri says, “AGM is looking forward to better meeting the needs of those readers and advertisers associated with the commercial interior design sector. It’s an exciting time to be launching a new magazine for a sector that is primed for growth.”