The Avery Review
Critical Essays on Architecture
Read Issue 29

Get ready to fall in love this February with some critical essays on architecture. In issue 29 of the Avery Review, Peder Anker and Nina Edwards Anker review Design Earth’s Geostories; Amelia Borg and Timothy Moore follow gray nomads in Australia; Shaka McGlotten takes their turn at intergenerational queer pedagogies; and Hamed Khosravi broadcasts from the world’s smallest micro-nation.

We’d also like to thank the 200+ students and recent graduates from six continents who submitted to the Avery Review Essay Prize! We are overwhelmed by the enthusiasm and look forward to sharing the winning essays with you in our April issue.

Khosravi nomos of the sea
Sealand in the North Sea off Harwich on the coast of Essex, UK. © Alban Donohoe, REX; from “The Nomos of the Sea: Pirates, DJs, Hackers, and the Architecture of Contingent Labor” by Hamed Khosravi.
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