‘Empire’, ‘Love Injection’, ‘Architectural Design’
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27 July 2019
We speak with Terri White, editor-in-chief of film magazine ‘Empire’, the founders of New York-based fanzine ‘Love Injection’ and the guest editor of the latest issue of ‘Architectural Design’.
27 July 2019
‘Architectural Design’ magazine invites a guest to edit every issue. The latest edition, which revisits the architecture from the 1960s and 1970s, is helmed by Matthew Butcher and Luke Pearson. We discuss the issue with Matthew.
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