Research Publication on Publishing 2.0: New Formats in Architecture Publishing

The Curatorial Lab Workshop #1 on Publications was the first in a series of three curatorial-practice-oriented workshops (publications, data, exhibitions). Organized by the Curatorial Lab of Shared Cities: Creative Momentum, they aim to explore innovative approaches to the sharing of knowledge in architecture, design and urban planning. Curatorial Lab Workshop #1 on Publications invited renowned writers, editors and publishers to elaborate on the present condition of print and digital publications relative to architecture and urbanism. During the two-day workshop we discussed the three types of SCCM project publications: the annual magazines, research publications and the final exhibition catalogue.

Read more about the workshop in research publication: Publishing 2.0: New Formats in Architecture Publishing

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