Journal of Civic Architecture #10
240 x 280 mm, 100 pages
Editor: Patrick Lynch
The Journal of Civic Architecture — JoCA, to those in the know — includes essays, visual essays, drawings and design projects that relate architecture, photography, literature and criticism to city life.
Neatly designed, each issue addresses a series of unpredictable themes concerning urban culture and imagination. After a slightly longer than usual gap between issues, JoCA returns with its orange-hued tenth issue—completing a pleasing set of ten differently tinted covers—with a particular focus on the architecture of Brisbane. Here, as editor Patrick Lynch writes, ‘I found an architecture full of life and refreshingly open, in every sense.’
Limited print run of 500 copies.