Crumble Issue 1: ‘What is Urgent?’

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Our first issue explores ‘What is Urgent’, inside you will find writings and illustrations on:

Iconic architecture – The flanneur – Mushrooms as building material – Emergency urbanism – Refugee camps – Disaster relief in Haiti – Cyberspace – Amalgamation – Pugin’s town in 2040 – Edinburgh’s built future – Architects and planners – Sustainable architecture in Iran – Life in boxes – The Badjao tribe – The housing crisis –– Bursting the bubble – Urgent thought – Ghosts – Feminism – Ceasefire lines – Anthropocene armageddon in Venice and Yinchuan – More.

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Our first issue explores ‘What is Urgent’, inside you will find writings and illustrations on:

Iconic architecture – The flanneur – Mushrooms as building material – Emergency urbanism – Refugee camps – Disaster relief in Haiti – Cyberspace – Amalgamation – Pugin’s town in 2040 – Edinburgh’s built future – Architects and planners – Sustainable architecture in Iran – Life in boxes – The Badjao tribe – The housing crisis –– Bursting the bubble – Urgent thought – Ghosts – Feminism – Anthropocene armageddon in Venice and Yinchuan – More.

Order online for postal delivery to the UK.

 

 

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Weight 175 g
Dimensions 29.7 x 21 x 0.5 cm
3 replies on “ Crumble Issue 1: ‘What is Urgent?’ ”
  1. a true beauty in both arrangement, subject matter and responsive feeling to the real world.

  2. The illustrations, particularly those on the front and back, were so excellent. Skilful, emotive, and with a hilarious addition of my new favourite word: bok.

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