I know some people who dead keen on this mag and pay heaps to get it air-freighted – now you can view the current issue after registering for free. What they say: “Modernism is a quarterly magazine about 20th-century modernist design. We range from the Wiener Werkstätte to the Bauhaus to Memphis and beyond, covering Art Deco, midcentury, pop and postmodern design.”
Magazine focussed on interior architecture but with plenty of the exterior too. The daily design dose is worth keeping an eye on. You can also upload your own work to this site.
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).
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 magazine of the RIBA. Links to their site are strictly prohibited so , once again, and we don’t have Google’s lawyers so you’ll have to look for the link at the main RIBA website .
Lots to read still in this architecture-meets-slick-modern-lifestyle magazine. The website is newsy and continually updated.
Online only. A bit quiet for the last two years, but still containing a large pile of profiles of architects.
An american journal of the built and natural environments. Has an emphasis on poetry and fiction
Great site and newsletter, but this lot too have a problem with people linking to them. So we won’t. You could try typing in metropolismag.com though.
Read back issues of this Brit magazine on their well thought out website. Hmmm.. I notice that they have a dingbat policy of not permitting links to them, so I will honour it by removing this one and the RSS link. Just type iconeye.com into your browser (that’s not a link is it?).
Good meaty articles – most from each issue are available on site. PDFs also available.
MIT’s architecture journal. Articles are only available if you pay or have access via a university :(
This Japanese series of magazines has no on site content other than the ability to look at covers and purchase the mags.
A famous german publication that is known for taking a really close up look at things. You can leaf through current issues.
The web presence of this italian magazine requires login to do anything at all. English / Italian spoken.