The Avery Review
Critical Essays on Architecture
Read Issue 26
October! We may have gone back to school last month, but it’s always the season for critical essays on architectural education (and exhibitions). In issue 26 of the Avery Review, Kevin Block takes a Harvard-designed online course on architectural theory; Brendan Cormier watches Frank Gehry's MasterClass; and Yuki Higashino moves through episodes of Martin Beck's Program.
Cormier-I Watched Gehry's MasterClass.jpg
Still of Frank Gehry teaching architecture from “Frank Gehry Teaches Design and Architecture by MasterClass,” fall 2017; from “I Watched Frank Gehry’s MasterClass So You Don’t Have To” by Brendan Cormier.
BlueDunes_cover.jpg
Now Available

A stack of new books has just arrived at CBAC!

Add Architecture is All Over edited by Esther Choi and Marrikka Trotter, Wright's Writings: Reflections on Politics and Culture 1994–1959 with essays by Kenneth Frampton, Trace Elements by Aranda\Lasch and Blue Dunes: Climate Change by design edited by Jesse Keenan and Claire Weisz to your summer reading list!