Architecture Magazine Redesigned

Last Friday, I attended the launch party of the revamped Architecture Magazine at Richard Neutra’s VDL House. I am delighted that two former students from (what were in my opinion the best days of) SCI_Arc, Julie Eakin and Mimi Zeiger are now senior editors and I will am beginning my own role at Architecture as History-Theory columnist beginning in July. The redesign of Architecture is impressive, making it the best looking architecture magazine in this country since Architectural Forum in the 1970s and I’m excited to be associated with this fantastic publication.

Last Friday, I attended the launch party of the revamped Architecture Magazine at Richard Neutra’s VDL House. I am delighted that two former students from (what were in my opinion the best days of) SCI_Arc, Julie Eakin and Mimi Zeiger are now senior editors and I will am beginning my own role at Architecture as History-Theory columnist beginning in July. The redesign of Architecture is impressive, making it the best looking architecture magazine in this country since Architectural Forum in the 1970s and I’m excited to be associated with this fantastic publication.

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  1. Better
    In addition to the physical redesign of the magazine, I’m also impressed with the thematic focus of the June issue (I can’t recall if the previous ones had a specific theme each month, though my memory says no) and the quality and range of work presented within that theme. Having edited a publication in college with a theme, I know how difficult it is to solicit work and authors to fit. Hopefully the magazine can keep up that aspect of its redesign.

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