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Source:  Architectural Digest

Design fans, get excited.  Over two years after the docuseries “Abstract: The Art of Design” first premiered on Netflix, the streaming service has revealed that a second season will air this fall.

Season two will once again take viewers into the minds of the world’s greatest designers.

In the first season, viewers learned about eight of the world’s most innovative designers, including Danish architect Bjarke Ingels, illustrator Christoph Niemann, graphic designer Paula Scher, and car designer Ralph Gille.

Though the designers featured in season two have not yet been announced, directors for the various episodes include Morgan Neville (“Won’t You Be My Neighbor”, “20 Feet From Stardom”), Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi (“Free Solo”), Brian Oakes (“Jim: The James Foley Story”), Jason Zeldes (“Ugly Delicious”), and Claudia Woloshin (“The Mind of a Chef”).

“Abstract: The Art of Design” premieres September 25 on Netflix.

Read the story at Architectural Digest.