The Modernist #46
200 x 200 mm, 64 pages
First published 2011
Editor: Ashiya Eastwood
Founding/lead editors: Jack Hale & Eddy Rhead
Design: Trevor Johnson, Craig Johnson, Lily Platt
Published by The Modernist Society, the small-format and currently square-shaped The Modernist (its physicality changes regularly) explores 20th century architecture and design via quarterly, themed-issues. This pink-tinted issue is themed, funnily enough given the size of the magazine, Massive:
Inside you'll find 'all things grand, large, colossal and epic; literally, metaphorically and otherwise. John Grindrod celebrates the much maligned Millennium Dome. ... Meanwhile, Gillian Darley looks at the work of master factory builders Albert Kahn Associates. Photographers Stefano Sam and Rick Moran take us around Rome’s Nuovo Corviale and London’s Heygate Estate respectively [and] Patrick Millar throws off the shackles of our own planet altogether as we join him on a voyage to the moon.'
On the Podcast:
Hear Eddy Rhead discuss the 40th issue of the magazine and their plans for the future.