On April 23rd, a fabulous new architecture publication was launched by Gem Barton and Cara Courage. EDGEcondition is an online journal that focuses on the ideas and projects of those involved in architecture and built environments. This bi-monthly architecture magazine will be publishing pieces from those both with or without architectural training, and who work in the wider-built environment sector in a variety of creative, educational and constructive roles. The first issue, Seams, focuses on those who work between architecture and other sectors, opening with artwork from architect and associate professor of architecture at the University of Michigan Perry Kulper. Features are from Laura Mazzeo, MUDstudios, talking nonlinear careers; Jenni Barrett, lecturer at UCLan and designer and landscape architect Claire Potter, both giving their perspectives on working in a fluid architectural way; Ronan O’Boyle on the need to rethink skills for graduates; Peter Laurence on urban design and academia and a photo-essay from civil engineer Bruno Tonelli, visually exploring the links between his practice and architecture.
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