A few pages are available to view from recent issues of both magazines.
Billing itself as “the architecture site of the Netherlands”, ArchiNed probably is just that, with a wide range of content, including news and competitions. A bit hard to find your way around. Bilingual.
The website for two dutch publications promisies much but delivers little. Well not much in the way of text content – there are quite a few talking heads videos (no, not the band).
A good new architecture mag from the States, that tries not to go for obvious content (so starchitects are thin on the ground). Much quality content on their website.
The RAIA’s Victorian magazine, lots of guest editors so the content is never predictable.
AR is now one of the big daddies of the architecture media in australia. It doesn’t have any online content of the magazine, but they have a separate website that includes many articles.
One of Australia’s biggest and most reliable architecture magazines. Back issues are available to read online.
Selected content is now available online.
An aggregation of selected articles from the AGM stable of New Zealand magazines.
Many articles are online, both in English and in Hebrew.
Consistentlt interesting since its beginnings in 2000, Architecture Week has building profiles, lively forums and lots more to ponder.
“ARCHIZINES is a showcase of new architecture fanzines, journals and magazines from around the world that provide an alternative to the established architectural press. Launched by Elias Redstone, with art direction by Folch Studio, the project celebrates and promotes independent and alternative publishing as an arena for architectural commentary, criticism and research, and as a creative platform for new photography, illustration and design.”
This Danish publication is long known for its ever growing library of building images and architect profiles.
English arts newspaper with quite a lot of architecture news.
A Thai magazine that seems to put all or most of its articles online, including some peculiar interviews – for instance you can find out when Toyo Ito has his lunch (12pm to 1pm).
“A new independent publication exploring mid 20th Century design, art, architecture and furniture in Brisbane.”
Links to this useful and newsy British website are prohibited but I’m sure you can find it using one of those search engines that doesn’t mind about such bans.