The Modernist #30 'Infrastructure'

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Infrastructure is where the fields of landscape, architecture and engineering meet one another, often in support of ambitious projects realised through collective means. In the post-war period large-scale government schemes were narrated as feats of engineering and focussed on ideas of taming nature or overcoming great obstacles in the drive for progress.

Inside this issue you will find A Landscape for Living By Linda Ross, A Network of Transmitter Towers by Elain Harwood and a look at the space beneath by Ray Newman.




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).


The Avant Garde designs of power boxes photographed by Michael Dring.


The Modernist #30 'Infrastructure'