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The Architectural Review #1512

230 x 280 mm, 114 pages
London, UK
Editor: Manon Mollard
Art directorTom Carpenter

Founded in 1896, the AR has a proud tradition of challenge and criticism, scouring the globe for architecture that provokes and inspires, and relying on its immense archive and critically acclaimed writers to shape architectural discourse. Combine this with a rich history of contemporary editorial design and you have a magazine of interest beyond its natural architectural audience

Another excellent cover, this time a pair of informal goalposts captured by photographer Neville Gabie in Tunisia for this, the Sports issue, which argues that ‘despite claims to the contrary, sports are always political’. Inside, a look at how Olympic cities are growing beyond ‘planetary limits’, the dark side of European football broadcasting, inaccessible infrastructure for Paralympians, and a range of sporting stadia and arenas from a new hockey rink in Zurich, modernist classics in Cuba and Italy, and floodplain football fields in Brazi.  

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