MADE Journal out this week
'Made' concerns connections and materials in architecture: physical making, joining and crafting; also its intellectual materials and connections: its science, histories, theories, practice and material culture.
This edition includes, among other texts: Simon Henley of Buschow Henley Architects on a commission by the UK government for a model prison configured around learning and dwelling rather than the mechanics of incarceration; Renée Tobe on Walter Benjamin's last resting place at Port Bou; and Juliet Odgers, Mhairi McVicar and Richard Weston on a series of projects exploring architecture's relationship with fashion. The journal also includes a number of shorter 'pamphlet' papers, including contributions from Stephen Kite, Patrick Devlin and Yahya Islami.
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