July 7, 2016

The first two issues of T3XTURE addressed Texture and Ornament, respectively, in the built environment. Each of the first two issues featured an interview relating to the topic. In Issue No.1 we interviewed Christopher W. Tyler, Ph.D. on the perception of texture. In Issue No.2 we discussed the making of ornament with Kent Bloomer. Issue No 3 will explore the role of PATTERN in our built environment. We are particularly interested in your thoughts on PATTERN relating to specific place, time, and culture. This issue will feature an interview with Nikos A. Salingaros, Professor of M...

January 21, 2015

Listen to this two part interview of co-editor Randy Sovich on the Business of Architecture podcast with Enoch Sears.   Interview Part 1        Interview Part 2

 

 

January 2, 2015

In the second issue  T3XTURE Archizine investigates the "Texture of Ornament.”  This call for submissions invites original work including: critical essays, built or unbuilt projects, exceptional photography, poems, or drawings that explore the idea of the texture of ornament in architecture, art, photography, and urbanism. We suggest reading Kent Bloomer’s “Ornament as Distinct from Decoration” for reference.

 

Submissions of texts and images or illustrations should be sent together with a short biography and a publication list as one single pdf-file before 6:45 PM EST March 20...

December 14, 2014

issue no.1 is now shipping. Check our Shop page for details.

November 25, 2014

We are setting up the shopping details and will be shipping soon. If you would like to place an order now, please drop me an e-mail with your details-- how many and shipping instructions.

 

November 19, 2014

Follow this space for the upcoming first issue of T3XTURE Archizine. The issue will include work by architects and designers in Greece, Paris, Morocco, New Zealand,  Jodhpur, NY, LA, Kansas,  and Wisconsin.

August 5, 2014

Thank you to everyone, from points around the world, who submitted. More news to follow.

June 15, 2014

tex • ture

 

Origin

 

late Middle English (denoting a woven fabric or something resembling this): 

from Latin textura ‘weaving’, from text- ‘woven’, from the verb texere.

 

The theme for this, the premier issue of T3XTURE Archizine, is "Texture" in art, architecture and the city. This call for submissions invites critical essays, built or unbuilt projects, exceptional photography, poems, or drawings that explore the idea of texture in architecture, art,  and urbanism.

 

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