The latest issue of The Modernist arrives in strange circumstances. The Modernist are currently shut to the public, due to the prevailing weird world situation, but like a lot of us are finding ways to get to you, safely. We love this magazine and the people behind it. If you want to take a punt on an engaging, erudite, thoughtful and fascinating magazine about 20th Century architecture and design - you should maybe look no further.
Issue #34 of The Modernist takes us out of the city (phew) and into pastures... rural. The rural modern to be exact. Inside there are the brutal bus stops of the Hebridean wilds, the anti-bucolic coastal imagery of Jethro Marshall, Percy Rothwells' eerie, isolated sound mirrors at Denge and the modernist zoos designed by Tecton.
The Modernist is a quarterly publication about architecture and design in the 20th Century (fact). It is also a passionate, witty, academic, and thought-provoking read (another fact).
Jack Hale, Eddy Rhead and the rest of the team that put together such a joyous read.