Real Review #10
115 x 260 mm, 104 pages. London, UK
Perennially popular at the magCulture shop, this ingeniously formatted magazine concerns architecture in its broadest sense – ‘What it means to live today.’
This issue: ‘New Renaissance’
'The Renaissance was not an end in itself, but a bridge between two paradigms (feudalism and modernity). It was a cultural movement that diverted history by rediscovering lost pasts. Today, we do not need newness to cut short capitalist realism, to restore a degraded nature, to achieve greater equality. We have everything necessary for change. We only need the will...'
On the Journal:
Real Review founder Jack Self shares the strategy behind the magazine’s cover designs. READ MORE.
Editor-in-chief: Jack Self