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For the premiere iPad issue of HDM, the magazine sets its sights on the post-war architectural style of Brutalism — underpinnings of dust and gre… Read More
For the premiere iPad issue of HDM, the magazine sets its sights on the post-war architectural style of Brutalism — underpinnings of dust and grey, decay and concrete. This digital issue is also an attempt to branch out to the casual reader with architectural terms deconstructed, and interactivity that goes beyond the pages; while still staying true to the overarching simplicity of HDM. Features include: · Brutalist buildings and their distinguishing traits · architecture, pop culture: Brutalism and the Sci-Fi genre · abandoned spaces: the post-war haze of concrete and decay, and the question of conservation School Project/2013 Read Less
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Harvard Design Magazine (HDM) is a professional architecture magazine that has content that closely resembles that of a peer-reviewed, academic journal. It is a biannual publication of the Harvard Graduate School of Design since 1997. The magazine offers mainly opinionated, analytic articles on the architecture industry, and features on selected architects. The style of HDM is strictly minimalistic—incorporating mostly a monochromatic colour palette—and clean, well-chosen visuals of various architectural buildings and details.
 
For the premiere iPad issue of HDM, the magazine sets its sights on the post-war architectural style of Brutalism — underpinnings of dust and grey, decay and concrete. This digital issue is also an attempt to branch out to the casual reader with architectural terms deconstructed, and interactivity that goes beyond the pages; while still staying true to the overarching simplicity of HDM.
 
Features include:
· Brutalist buildings and their distinguishing traits
· Architecture, pop culture: Brutalism and the Sci-Fi genre
· Abandoned spaces: the post-war haze of concrete and decay, and the question of conservation
 
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