Monaco Magazine, Bro Grammy, Fernando Auguste discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

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I sort of mentioned at the top, I mean, we've sort of seen a hive of activity over the last 12 months as people have regained confidence projects more projects have come online. But I think the thing that stands out for me and maybe it's less to do with 2022 for me, it's the fact that good design is probably the same as it was last year when we did the awards. And it's probably the same as it was ten years ago. It's about putting people at the center of your work and about quality and about proving improving quality of life. And I think that's what we've captured here. And I think what we're seeing is that there are plenty of designers all across the globe from Ghana to Switzerland that are working on projects that are delivering those sorts of outcomes. That's also a deputy designer, so Nick managed, thank you very much for joining me today. And don't forget to pick up our copy of Monaco magazine, which is available on all good newsstands today. It is almost 1226 year in London. You are listening to Monaco 24. And finally on today's bro Grammy's first day, which means that Monaco was Fernando Auguste joined me in the studio for this week's edition of the global countdown good afternoon. Fernando. Where are you taking us today? We are going to Portugal, which is a music market that I like not only because of the language, of course, is speak Portuguese being from Brazil. But I like that the Portuguese they're very open to all their loser phone countries, including Brazil, including Angola, Mozambique, among many others. So for example, the list that I'm going to show you, Marcus, perhaps there might be not too many Portuguese artists, but there are quite a nice spread here, including a lot of Brazilians actually. A lot of Portuguese language, sadly. Shall we start with the song that's number 5 this week. Number 5, it is a bit silly. What do you mean? Well, it's funny. It's one of those hit of the summer in a way. Well, let's have a listen to have kind of a plane after that. Oh yes. And number 5 we have Pedro San paio, a singer from Rio de Janeiro. The song is called galapa to gallop. I do watch and follow the quality of her dog listening to bands that they push through by the same people I see people go on style I don't care about I.

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