The RAIA’s Victorian magazine, lots of guest editors so the content is never predictable.
“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.”
Zoomable scans of the first few issues of Post are free to view. Post reckons it’s an accessible student-intiated mag that’s definitely not your conventional archijournal.
This blog supplements the print magazine with extra photos and news. You can also find their well-stocked Youtube channel here.
An online offshoot of the The Atlantic magazine, this website groups together articles urban.
The New Zealand Electronic Text Centre has transcribed NZ Design Review, from 1948 to 1954. Most worth a look, with essays and article by Ernst Plischke, Maurice Patience, and special editions focused on housing and the like.
“A new independent publication exploring mid 20th Century design, art, architecture and furniture in Brisbane.”
American site into things modern and young. Not much print content but they do have podcasts, videos and a blog to make up for it.
Urban Omnibus is an online project of the Architectural League to create a new kind of conversation about design and New York City. We commission, gather and deliver the insights of journalists, architects, planners, designers, artists, activists, scholars and citizens.
A one-off print magazine coinciding with Victoria’s State of Design Festival 2009. Just a poster on the website, telling us where we can buy it, but they hint at more.
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.