The World in Reviews
Through 49 contributions from more than 20 countries scattered across 5 continents, a mix of celebrated authors and students share inspiring reflections and concerns on buildings, exhibitions, movies and more.
In this issue, we look for connection through different nations, cultures and backgrounds, searching for exciting new experiences and practices to love and hate as we slowly wake up in this post-pandemic times.
From architects turning to baking, to the face of Jesus in China, and everything in between, we travel the world through curiosities and general or personal interests, showing how space and architecture trigger contradiction and contest, and how feelings are never really straightforward.
Our most global and diverse issue yet, VOLUME 60 is a collaboration between VOLUME and the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing, TU Delft’s The Berlage, and the University of Nairobi architecture department.
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VOLUME #60: The World in Reviews
Editor in Chief: Stephan Petermann
Designed by Irma Boom Office (Irma Boom, Anna Moschioni, Frederik Pesch)
72 pages, 33 x 24 cm
Soft cover, stapled