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Criticism and commentary on architecture and the contemporary city from around the world, in a literary format, since 2003. Log is an independent journal on architecture and the contemporary city that presents criticism and commentary in a literary format designed to resist the seductive power of the image in media, while identifying and elaborating the central concerns of architectural thinking and production today.
A carefully crafted compendium of essays, interviews, and brief "observations," Log provides an ongoing international platform for the exchange of ideas, both bearing on and emanating from architecture and the city, among a curious audience of readers, including architects, designers, students, scholars, and artists. Published three times a year, general "open" issues are punctuated by occasional thematic issues on prescient topics. Founded in 2003, Log is a project of the Anyone Corporation, a non-profit organization in New York City devoted to advancing architectural thought and writing. http://www.anycorp.com/ https://www.instagram.com/log_grams/
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Log 49, with a special section guest edited by Gökhan Kodalak and Sanford Kwinter, is out now! Order or (re)subscribe at www.anycorp.com.
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Log 49 is printed and will be mailed out this week! Hone your pruning skills with the pop-up arboreal postcard designed by Erin and Ian Besler.
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Log 49 is at the printer! This 196-page issue includes a special section, The Return of Nature, guest edited by Gökhan Kodalak and Sanford Kwinter. Preorder is now available at anycorp.com/store/log49.
Erin and Ian Besler, Pop up and prune..., postcard for Log 49 (Summer 2020).
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Visit the Log Supplement to learn about the Log 48 cover art and the artist Shantell Martin. www.anycorp.com/supplement
Shantell Martin, Someday We Can, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 2017. Photo: Connie Tsang.
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Watch Log 48 contributors Jerome Haferd and Mabel O. Wilson talk about reading architecture and landscape as archive.
To mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, the sold-out Log 47: Overcoming Carbon Form is now available digitally! Visit anycorp.com to purchase a PDF of this critical reframing of architecture's role in climate change.
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Watch Log 48 contributors Paola Aguirre Serrano and Jia Yi Gu talk about how the ethics of care and making care visible can reshape architectural practice.
Watch Log 48 authors Peggy Deamer and Michael Kubo discuss the history and potential future of collective practice, from The Architects Collaborative to The Architecture Lobby.
Watch Ann Lui and Ana Miljački discuss the intersecting ideas in their essays in Log 48: Expanding Modes of Practice.
Log 48: Expanding Modes of Practice is here! Visit anycorp.com to learn more.
Big thanks to everyone at Sheridan Press for working to print and mail out this issue in these turbulent times.
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Log 48: Expanding Modes of Practice, the thematic issue guest edited by Bryony Roberts, is at the printer! Preorder or (re)subscribe by midnight Sunday, March 22, to ensure your copy is mailed to you directly from the printer on April 1. Learn more at anycorp.com.
Listen to Log 47 guest editor Elisa Iturbe on the Night White Skies podcast!
Elisa Iturbe is a critic at the Yale University School of Architecture (YSoA), where she also coordinates the dual-degree program between YSoA and the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. Her writings have been published in Log, Dearq, and Pulp, in addition to a forthc...
Read frequent Log and Writing Architecture series author Mario Carpo's response to Log 47: Overcoming Carbon Form in Metropolis Magazine!
Opinion: Prompted by the latest issue of Log, Mario Carpo offers a primer for understanding the nuances of carbon and “carbon form.”
Read an excerpt from guest editor Elisa Iturbe's introduction to Log 47: Overcoming Carbon Form on ArchDaily!
In this excerpt, Elisa Iturbe defines carbon form as a necessary way of understanding architecture and urbanism in order to develop a new disciplinary paradigm.
This #GivingTuesday we're giving you another free supplement to Log 47: Overcoming Carbon Form. Watch artist Greg Lindquist expand on his Log 47 essay "Painting with Carbon" with this video on the culture of rolling coal.
The full video is available at https://www.anycorp.com/
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Read “Planet Fitness: Anthropo-Fronteriesm and the Survival of the Fittest” by Miles Gertler and Igor Bragado at https://www.anycorp.com/articles/planetfitness
Great launch of Log 47: Overcoming Carbon Form last night at @centerforarch ! Thanks to guest editor Elisa Iturbe, panelists Daniel A. Barber, Michael Bell, and Douglas Spencer, and the audience for the riveting conversation!
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Four issues of Log for the price of three! Treat yourself, a friend, a family member, an acquaintance, or even a complete stranger to critical writing on architecture and the city for all of 2020 and get Log 47 right now for FREE! That's Log 47, 48, 49, and 50. https://www.anycorp.com/store/subscriptionspecial2019
Log 47: Overcoming Carbon Form is here, a must read! Purchase at https://www.anycorp.com/store/log47
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Subscribe to Log by September 30, and get a tote bag or recent back issue for just $5!
Log author and protagonist Thomas Daniell talks with editor Cynthia Davidson about his philosophy of translation as a supplement to his Log 46 essay "Finding a Voice." Watch the full video at anycorp.com
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Watch and listen as Log author and protagonist Thomas Daniell talks with editor Cynthia Davidson about his philosophy of translation. A New Zealand–born architect, historian, and educator who teaches at Kyoto University, Daniell also translates the writings of a number of Japanese architects. This discussion supplements his Log 46 article “Finding a Voice,” which introduces his translation of Tadao Ando’s first published essay, “Urban Guerrilla Dwellings.”
Watch and listen as Log author and protagonist Thomas Daniell talks with editor Cynthia Davidson about his philosophy of translation. A New Zealand–born architect,…
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Our new tote bag has arrived at The Carpenter Center Bookshop! Pick one up along with the newest summer issue of Log 46 that explores architecture and the contemporary city. #mottobooks #erospress #ccvaharvard #totebags
Log 46 is now available! Don't miss this compilation of essays, reviews, and interviews.
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Log sighting at the Vasconcelos Library! Thanks for the photo @aryankhalighy
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Log 46 is almost here! Is your address up-to-date? If not, visit anycorp.com to update your address by Friday, July 26, and get your copy with minimum fuss.
Log 46 went to the printer today! Pub date August 1. Visit anycorp.com to learn more about this great issue and to preorder your copy.
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Announcing Log 48: Expanding Modes of Practice, a thematic issue examining ways of retooling architectural practice to confront social inequities inside and outside of the profession. Read guest editor Bryony Roberts’s call for submissions at anycorp.com/submit
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Drift between Miami and the Mediterranean with Lars Lerup's review of Call to Order: Sustaining Simplicity in Architecture, in Log 45.
DLGV, Ca'Ziff, Miami, Florida, demolished 2016.
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This Memorial Day weekend, explore Chinese landscapes with Pritzker Prize laureate Wang Shu in Log 45.
Amature Architecture Studio, Fuyang Cultural Complex rooftops, 2017. Photo: Lu Hengzhong.
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