Finnish Architectural Review’s second issue 2018 asks: What does it mean to be an architect today?
While the society and its discursive spaces are becoming fragmented, it is equally problematic to think of architecture as a unified culture. Different ways of practising architecture emerge, forming parallel architectures – even new praxis.
The second issue takes a look at what architects on the fringes of architectural institutions and conventional ways of working are interested in today, in terms of design, research, critique, education and art. In a traditional society, the most established and the loudest occupy the media space. But does the stored and recorded architecture really represent everything that happens in the field.
UU AA, a project exploring the new form of our publication continues with explorations on visual identity of the magazine throughout the hundred years of its existence. We will report on the progress made in the project in all issues of the magazine throughout 2018.