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Interview with Amélia Brandão Costa and Rodrigo da Costa Lima / Index Newspaper

By: Editor Talks10/11/2015Interview with Amélia Brandão Costa and Rodrigo da Costa Lima / Index Newspaper
Tags: Editor Talks, Interviews, Magazines and JournalsPhoto: All images that illustrate this interview have been selected by Davide T. Ferrando
Indexnewspaper is an architecture magazine founded and edited by Amélia Brandão Costa and Rodrigo da Costa Lima: two young and hyperactive architects based in Porto, where a part from printing Indexnewspaper they also run their own practice and organize the well-known summer school Porto Academy, which gathers every year at the ...Read more

Interview with Mariabruna Fabrizi & Fosco Lucarelli / Socks Studio — Part II

By: Paula V. Alvarez & Davide T. Ferrando18/06/2015Interview with Mariabruna Fabrizi & Fosco Lucarelli / Socks Studio / Editor Talks / Part II
Tags: Editor TalksPhoto: All images that illustrate this interview have been selected by Socks, with exception of 'Dogville' and 'Office Involved' screenshots.
After a first round of questions, published on OII+ and Vibok Works as part of the Beyond Blogging / Editor Talks series, we felt the need to further  deepen some of the ideas and strategies that stand behind Mariabruna Fabrizi and Fosco Lucarelli’s editorial project SOCKS: a very-meticulously-curated digital archive of works and projects that cross ...Read more

Interview with Mariabruna Fabrizi & Fosco Lucarelli / Socks Studio — Part I

By: Davide Tommaso Ferrando, Giovanni Benedetti13/04/2015Interview with Mariabruna Fabrizi & Fosco Lucarelli / Socks Studio / Curated Archives / Beyond Blogging
Tags: Beyond Blogging, Editor TalksPhoto: Fosco Lucarelli & Mariabruna Fabrizi / Microcities - Socks
This post belongs to a series of interviews aimed at investigating the ideas that stand behind a selection of editorial projects dedicated to architecture and based on an experimental use of social networks such as Tumblr, Facebook and Instagram. As summarized by the title of this cycle, ...Read more

Interview with Daniel Tudor Munteanu / OfHouses

By: Davide Tommaso Ferrando, Giovanni Benedetti02/02/2015Interview with Daniel Tudor Munteanu / OfHouses / Curated Archives / Beyond Blogging
Tags: Beyond Blogging, Curated Archives, Editor TalksPhoto: Face House. Kazumasa Yamashita. Kyoto, Japan, 1974 .
This post belongs to a series of interviews aimed at investigating the ideas that stand behind a selection of editorial projects dedicated to architecture and based on an experimental use of social networks such as Tumblr, Facebook and Instagram. As summarized by the title of this cycle, ...Read more

Interview with Ethel Baraona, Guillermo López, Anna Puijaner and José Zabala / Quaderns

By: Vibok Works12/11/2014Interview with Ethel Baraona, Guillermo López, Anna Puijaner and José Zabala / Quaderns
Tags: Editor Talks, Magazines and JournalsPhoto: Ricardo Leite's design for the visual essay of Quaderns #263 (Vacuum Preserved)
Quaderns is the journal of the Architects Association of Catalonia. With 265 issues to date, it is one of the most long-standing and well-established architecture and urbanism journals in Spain. Since Quaderns was founded in 1944 it has been steadily around, with successive editorial projects ...Read more

Interview with Arjen Oosterman & Brendan Cormier / Volume

By: Vibok Works12/11/2014Editor Talks Series / Space Matters: Volume Interview
Tags: Editor Talks, Magazines and JournalsPhoto: All pics courtesy of Volume.
Volume magazine was founded in 2005 by Archis Publishers, Columbia University's C-Lab and OMA's research think-tank AMO, somehow receiving the baton of former dutch magazine Archis. Since its launching and throughout 41 inspiring issues, Volume has proved to be one of the most influential and ...Read more

Interview with Andrew Kovacks / Archives of Affinities

By: Davide Tommaso Ferrando, Giovanni Benedetti12/05/2014Editor Talks / Beyond Blogging: Archives of Affinities
Tags: Beyond Blogging, Curated Archives, Editor TalksPhoto: Dieter Jetter, Lunatics' Tower, Plan, Vienna, Austria, 1784. (via Archives of Affinities)
This post belongs to a series of interviews aimed at investigating the ideas that stand behind a selection of editorial projects dedicated to architecture and based on an experimental use of social networks such as Tumblr, Facebook and Instagram. As summarized by the title of this cycle, ...Read more

Interview with Jeff Kaplon / Subtilitas

By: Davide Tommaso Ferrando, Giovanni Benedetti08/04/2014Editor Talks / Beyond Blogging: Subtilitas
Tags: Beyond Blogging, Curated Archives, Editor TalksPhoto: Lederer Ragnarsdóttir Oei - Expansion of the Diocesan offices, Rottenburg 2013. Photo © Roland Halbe (via Subtilitas)
This post belongs to a series of interviews aimed at investigating the ideas that stand behind a selection of editorial projects dedicated to architecture and based on an experimental use of social networks such as Tumblr, Facebook and Instagram. As summarized by the title of this cycle, ...Read more

Interview with Michael Abrahamson / Fuck yeah Brutalism

By: Davide Tommaso Ferrando, Giovanni Benedetti25/03/2014Editor Talks / Beyond Blogging: Fuck yeah Brutalism
Tags: Beyond Blogging, Curated Archives, Editor TalksPhoto: Ulrich Franzen: Alley Theatre, Houston, Texas, 1966-68. (via Fuck Yeah Brutalism)
This is the first of a series of interviews to be published on this webzine during the next weeks, aimed at investigating the ideas that stand behind a selection of editorial projects dedicated to architecture and based on an experimental use of social networks such ...Read more

Interview with Jack Self / Fulcrum

By: Vibok Works27/02/2014Editor Talks/ Space Matters: Interview with Fulcrum's editor Jack Self
Tags: Editor Talks, Fanzines, Space MattersPhoto: All pics courtesy of Jack Self.
Fulcrum is a free architectural publication founded in 2011 by Graham Baldwin, Aram Mooradian and Jack Self, as a circular printed on Bedford Press at the Architectural Association. With a vertiginous weekly frequency, the publication is read by more than six thousand people around the world. ...Read more