Site, Series 1, Vol. 2
230 x 310 mm, 108 pages
Editorial lead: Amrit Phull
Chief editors: Miriam Ho, Ruth Jones and Aisling O'Carroll
Creative director: Carey van der Zalm
Founded in 2015, Site is Canada's longest running journal of architecture and urbanism, taking an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the built environment's intersection with politics, design, ecology and cultural relevance. A more colourful affair than the series' debut issue, Vol. 2 swaps the coptic stitch for a rubber band-bound booklet, with foldouts, inserts and worksheets accompanying the diagrams, drawings (both technical and speculative) and artwork inside.
This reflective issue, themed The Edit, asks: 'Will we reveal truths and tools to overcome pervasive burdens of a monolithic, heteronormative, Eurocentric coding, or will we need to script new ones? What needs to be written out in order to return to what was and what could have been?'