On a dreich Friday morning in Edinburgh, we sat down with Crumble’s Editor-in-Chief Holly Baker to chat about her time so far as the first woman at the helm, what it’s like running a magazine whilst studying architecture and what she would do on a rare day off in the city. Interview by Imogen-Naomi Herd
Crumble has chosen three major themes explored in our upcoming issue ‘Conflict//Resolution’ for the Crumble Magazine Project. Our editors have provided small summaries and explorations of these three ideas, ‘education’, ‘migration’ and ‘revolution’. How does architecture influence these themes in the 21st century?
Come and join the Crumble Team for the launch of Issue 2, ‘What’s the Plan?’ at Harry’s Southside on 1st February!
In the wake of tragic vehicle-borne attacks in Nice and London, cities across the world are rushing to implement measures to protect their citizens. But these barriers risk turning historic cities into fear-inducing battlegrounds – is there a better way for architecture to protect us against terrorism?
David Chipperfield Architects’ competition-winning design for Edinburgh’s new SCO Concert Hall is big news for the city – so why can’t residents see the plans?
Crumble Issue 2 will be arriving January 2018. Entitled ‘What’s the Plan?’, it questions how we can move forward to improve the architectural world in which we live. Find it online and in selected stockists from early February!
We’re pleased to announce that Crumble can now be bought from the Tate Modern in London. The Tate Modern joins our growing list of stockists in Edinburgh, Manchester and London.
Crumble has been named Stack Magazine’s Student Magazine of the Year 2017. Having been shortlisted for the award earlier in 2017, Crumble was honoured to have been chosen in the face of stiff competition from both national and international independent publications.