Graphic design and cover by Plural
Content is only as good as the way we communicate it. Whether to a colleague, a client or the masses, the way we communicate our ideas will more than likely define their ultimate success or failure. Developing and applying the right tool to reach the full potential of our work is the critical step in a world that does not lack information. This issue looks into the way new and innovative ideas, proposals and projects are shared and discussed in successful ways.
The Communicative Mode of Architecture
Essay by Sam Jacob, architect and director of London based architecture office FAT
Modern Talking [don’t you…forget about me]
Essay and Illustrations by architect and cartoonist Klaus
Making Policy Public
Projects by the Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP), a nonprofit organization that uses design and art to improve civic engagement
Notable Realities: Balancing from World to World
Essay by Michael Hirschbichler, principal of Atelier Hirschbichler
Communicating Through Exhibitions
Our questionnaire to Ariadna Cantis, Elias Redstone, Felipe Chaimovich, Michael Kubo, Mirko Zardini, Pedro Gadanho, Vladimir Belogolovsky, and Zoë Ryan.