This is a unique journal, covering a hitherto neglected field. "Future" is printed 4 times a year in a bilingual edition (English - Spanish). "Future" is a journal dedicated exclusively to architecture competitions, analysing all their different phases and identifying various disciplines around the world. It aids the promotion and understanding of public, private, open and restricted competitions. Looking at several different competitions every issue, it shows a wide range of projects being developed around the world. "Future 15" focuses on the city of Rotterdam. There are currently a number of design competitions taking place including schemes for the NAI Netherlands Architecture Institute, the extension of the City Hall, the Cinerama Tower and the expansion of the Post Office. Featured architects include OMA, MVRDV, West 8, Neutelings Riedijk Architects, and Wiel Arets.
The latest international news, reports, events, developments, activities and competitions, including: The Beijing river creative zone, China; Administrativebuilding, Estonia; the Las Palmas insular stadium, Spain; the Wu university campus, Austria; The circle Zurich airport; the Transport centre, Spain; and the Headquarters of Bergamo, Italy.
Future Architecture Magazine emerged from the desire to show the current architecture competitions being developed in Spain and all around the world. The magazine, which is published four times a year, features conversations with emergent architects and their competitions; an analysis of 6-8 current competitions; discussion with the winning architects of a recent competition; completed competitions and their construction details; and news of recent competitions being developed around the world. Future 32 includes articles on Maritime Cultural and Popular Music Center in China, New Town Hall of Paratico in Italy, Beton Hala Waterfront Center in Serbia, Edil Tomarchio Commercial Park in Italy, Auditorium of Carrus in Spain, Auditorium and Arts Centre of Torres de Cotillas in Spain, Les Arts Gstaad Cultural Center in Switzerland and Final Degree Projects Universidad Europea de Madrid.