the modernist i — Autumn 2012, #5

the modernist

the modernist is a quarterly publication about 20th century modernist architecture and design with a view from the North of England.

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GBP 4.50 — Released 13 September 2012

"the modernist magazine.. "A beautifully designed homage to modern architecture that comes with a killer combo of black humour and in-depth knowledge" Creative Tourist


Aidan Turner Bishop reminisces on library Life in the Tropics

The Decorated School: Natalie Bradbury on the recent re-evaluation of art in post-war schools

Gud With Buildings: Phil Griffin on the evolution of the Co-op’s Manchester HQ

Richard Martin explores Campo Gulbenkian, Lisbon’s green modernist wonderland

Hidden Cambridge: Marco Iuliano rediscovers Le Corbusier in Cambridge

Richard Brook on UMIST & the Evolution of an Technological Institution

Stephen Hale: When a student generation plumped for Plateglass over Red Brick?

Forgotten But Not Gone: Joshua Abbott remembers Middlesex Modernists Curtis and Burchett

Oblique Dysfunction: Steve Millington on Montreal’s Olympic torture

Robert Griffiths investigates why Barrow built The Finest Women’s Institute in the Country

Concrete Schoolyard: Benjamin Tallis’s ode to collectivism and the communist Panel House

Ian Tocher encounters Yamasaki’s distinctive Detroit campus

Jack Hale admires a most Modern Symbol for the ‘University of the Air’

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