We sat down with our Editor-in-Chief, Holly Baker, to discuss her experiences running Crumble and find out what makes her tick.
Foster & Partner's Quartermile Development in Edinburgh is a prime example of a modern redevelopment project, with aspirations to elevate and repopulate an underused area of the city centre. Yet it also reflects a worrying trend in modern architectural design; the conflict between visual representations of architectural ideas and the built reality. Why do architects choose to lie to themselves?
In the wake of tragic vehicle-borne attacks in Nice and London, cities across the world are rushing to implement measures to protect their citizens. But these barriers risk turning historic cities into fear-inducing battlegrounds - is there a better way for architecture to protect us against terrorism?
Crumble Magazine Project, the magazine’s first independent event held as part of ArchiFringe 2018, made a successful afternoon of conversation and creation. The Crumble team reflect on the vital role of the Crumble community in creating the magazine ahead of the Issue 3 launch party on September 18th.
Crumble has chosen three major themes explored in our upcoming issue 'Conflict//Resolution' for the Crumble Magazine Project. Our editors have provided small summaries and explorations of these three ideas, 'education', 'migration' and 'revolution'. How does architecture influence these themes in the 21st century?