The Cornell Journal of Architecture is set to RE:launch
Issue 8 of the Cornell Journal of Architecture is underway. The theme "RE" addresses issues of dialog, criticism, feedback, and testing in architecture and urbanism today.
The Cornell Journal of Architecture is the annual critical journal of architecture and urbanism produced by editors in the architecture department at Cornell University’s College of Architecture, Art, and Planning.
Founded in 1981, the journal has been a prestigious forum for a vigorous discussion of theory and design within the architectural world. For each issue, submissions are selected (from inside and outside the university) based upon their quality and appropriateness to the given theme. Both textual and graphic works are considered for publication.