More than just a fashion piece, T-post uses great design as a subversive tool to instigate meaningful thought, conversation, and action
An explosion of architectural little magazines in the 1960s and 1970s instigated a radical transformation in architectural culture, in which the architecture of the magazines vied with buildings as the site of innovation and debate
Beyond is a bookazine dedicated to new, experimental forms of architectural and urban writing. In the second issue of Beyond there is an excerpt of Douglas Coupland’s new novel, “Generation A,” and contributions from Lieven de Cauter, François Roche and many others
Two of them. One is the catalogue of the exhibition El proceso como paradigma – Process Becomes Paradigm. The second comes courtesy of LABoral Art and Industrial Creation Centre again, it’s the magazine/catalogue of Habitar, an exhibition which engages with cities where bits and flows of information shape the urban experience as much as brick and mortar
The current issue of this DVD magazine focuses Middle East, presenting nine artists’ perspectives from both inside and outside of the region. Not only focused on the political, religious, and cultural dissent, these works ruminate on language, food, ritual, media, power, fear, humor, and beauty
Interviews, reviews and articles. Everything in the latest issue of Neural is green
Volume 20 is dedicated to the art of storytelling. It presents the storylines of current events and architecture to show that while the truth is important, so is the ability of fiction to elevate fact. Perhaps the best way to understand our era is through narratives that distort, pervert and animate reality?