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.
The "200 Best Ad Photographers worldwide" series of volumes, each of which boasts more than 400 pages, was first launched in 2004. Published biannually, the highly regarded title has seen a steady rise in sales figures since its launch. The volume is particularly popular with creative directors, art directors, copywriters, and advertising industry art buyers since it provides them with a comprehensive market overview of the world's best advertising photographers. Following preselection by editor-in-chief Michael Weinzettl and Anne-Rose Schlutbohm (former publisher of Profession Photographe), an international jury selects the 200 best advertising photographers. The panel is composed of Suzee Barrabee (Director of Art and Print production at Goodby Silverstein and Partners), Damon Collins (founder member of Joint London), Rafael Gil (art director at Africa in São Paulo), Christophe Gilbert (photographer), Shintaro Shiratori (president of the Japan Advertising Photographers' Association - APA), and Anne Telford (Communication Arts).
The 200 BEST Photographers, which comprises 416 pages and reaches art directors, art buyers and copywriters in agencies around the world, is not only a major source of inspiration but has also become a valuable art-buying tool.
Lürzer's Archive publishes the most outstanding work from 200 Best Digital Artists wordwide. A foray into the world of digital imagery boasting no less than 506 spectacular creations that blur the borders between photography and illustration.Expect the best in image storytelling - from animals and children to landscapes and intricate objects."I was transported into unimaginable worlds of fantasy," says guest judge, Anne Telford. "This collection of work is inspirational and magical and made me realise that nearly anything is possible with artistry and imagination."
The Future Architecture journal, which is published four times a year, features conversations with emergent architects; 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. Issue 26/27 dicusses the social housing in the advanced neighbourhoods of Spain, a multi-purpose building in Spain, the National Museum of XXI Century Arts in Italy, Thyssenkrupp campus in Germany and social housing units in Vallecas in Spain.
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 30-31 includes articles on Tourist Hospice in Spain, New Headquarters of the Public Library in Italy, Multipurpose Building in Italy, A101 Block City Masterplan in Russia, Kaohsiung Port Terminal in China, Palace of Congress and Exhibitions and Fairs in Spain.
Future 28/29 focuses on a selection of design competitions taking place around the world, including a new Art Gallery in Slovenia; a new classroom and studio for the Glasgow School of Art; a new building for the Centre for the Promotion of Science in Serbia; a new Museum of the Second World War in Gdansk, Poland; and a centre for education and care of people with mental disorders at the Obala Centre in Slovenia.
Future 37/38 focuses on Spanish-Chinese collaborative projects on contemporary architecture. It includes articles on China today, D3 housing tomorrow, social housing in Spain, sustainable hotel in Brazil and hospital in Spain as well as a comprehensive portrait of the architectural firm OAB - Office of Architecture in Barcelona and entries for the competition on the housing of the future.
Future Arquitecturas 41/42 features Skyscrapers competitions including; New Radio and TV Faculty - Poland, Busan Opera House * Korea, Hotel Liesma -Latvia, ThyssenKrupp Haus Building - Germany and Ecole Centrale Engineering School - France, competitions in detail (SOCIAL HOUSING from: Solid Arquitectura / Sotomaroto Arquitectos, Olalquiaga Arquitectos), final Degree Project (Universidad CEU San Pablo) and architecture gallery featuring Spanish architect Francisco Mangado.
This edition highlights new transport buildings throughout Europe including transport hubs in Lugo, Santiago de Compostela and San Cristobal. Also included is new hub at Ourense which has been built for the cruise port in Lisbon as well as a metro station in Sofia. Also in this issue: an overview of current buildings and construction projects in China and Competition Entries for the Loft London Farm Tower, a project for vertical farming a Fashion Museum in Tokyo, a cultural center in the Basque city Hondartza, Spanish San Sebastian , the head office of the Swiss electricity company AET; SPIRITEC in India and Longchamp Racecourse in Paris.
Starting with a conversation between Enrique Walker and the Dutch architect Neutelings Riedijk, and an introduction by Aaron Betsky, this issue of El Croquis presents the buildings and projects executed in the last nine years by the bureau. Featured are, among others, the Institute for Sound and Vision in Hilversum, the Museum aan de Stroom (MAS) in Antwerp and the Sphinxes Lakeshore Housing.
The Slovenian/Serbian duo of Matija Bevk and Vasa J. Perovi are the focus of this issue, which details nineteen projects. An interview with the architects and an essay by Ivan Rupnik, provides insight into understanding their work from their own perspective of conditionalism. "All we find are conditions," state the architects, attributing the phrase to the early thinking of Mies van der Rohe and the embracement of the multiplicity of conditions faced by architects in modern times. Among the projects included are the Congress Centre Brdo, the Schrottenturm Office Complex, Social Housing Polje, the Islamic Religious Centre in Ljubljana and several private houses.
In a special in memoriam edition of El Croquis, the life and work of this exemplary pair of architects is celebrated in over 400 pages. With the passing of Luis M. Mansilla in 2012, Spain lost one of its premier architectural visionaries. Following an introductory essay by Juan Antonio Cortés entitled 'Activated Geometries', the publication examines the very active and influential legacy of this office. Among the numerous projects included are the Castellón Museum of Fine Arts, the Swimming Centre in San Fernando de Henares, the City of Madrid International Convention Centre and the Citadel in Logroño, along with several texts and an interview with the architects.