245 x 328mm, 198 pages. London, UK
Now over 30 years old, Blueprint strikes an imposing figure on the architectural magazine skyline.
…its long-standing appeal is also due to the strong opinions and critical thinking, news and feature writing on design and architecture, directed at professionals and non-professionals, alike. The magazine takes a strongly contextual approach to architecture, design and art. As editor Johnny Tucker says: 'Architecture, design and art is not created and does not exist in a vacuum, but is the sum of many factors from individual and group creativity to socio-economic influences. At Blueprint we cast a critical eye over the whole story'.
Sensory Design issue.
Art director: Wes Mitchell