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We offer specialized content in the architecture sector
Our three headings AV Monographs, Arquitectura Viva and AV Proyectos include articles on current affairs, works by renowned architects and detailed analysis of the innovations and materials on the market.
The first of the three magazines, AV Monographs analyzes since 1985 the most important works by key architects (historic and contemporary) and the most relevant themes. Aside from project descriptions, technical data, images by prominent photographers, plans and construction details, the monographs also include essays by leading specialists.
With a clear journalistic calling, Arquitectura Viva covers since 1988 architectural and cultural news from a plural and critical perspective. Each issue features a dossier of the latest works of the most important national and international studios, as well as news, art, culture, books, interior-exterior-house of the month, products, and op-ed sections.
The latest architectural news.
The latest buildings by national and international architects.
Art & Culture + Books
Op-ed articles on cultural issues and book reviews.
Section on a building type or material.
AV Monographs and Arquitectura Viva, welcomed the third member of the family, AV Proyectos in 2004. Conceived mainly for students and young professionals, the magazine focusses on design projects by renowned architects and emerging studios, and includes sections on architectural competitions and building processes with an emphasis on construction details.
Dossier + Competition
Selection of unbuilt projects by an architect or studio. Section featuring both the winning and shortlisted projects of a recent architecture competition.
In detail + Under construction
Collection of construction details of a specific material and building type. Analysis of a major building nearing completion.
Exhibition + Photography
Sections on an exhibition or cultural event and on a photographer whose images have an architectural content.
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Moat coated 250 gr
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