CLOG Journal
Guest Editor, 2013

I guest edited this issue of the popular architecture magazine, which collected more than 70 short essays and interviews alongside both quantitative and qualitative historical research to offer readers a global mosaic of perspectives. Contributors included academics, artists, photographers, practicing architects, and preservationists. I contributed an essay of my own and two interviews, as well as overseeing the compilation of introductory data on the topic. The issue sold out three printings, a total of 4500 copies, and remains a sought-after publication to this day.

A typical spread from CLOG: Brutalism showing an image on the left-hand page, and a short essay on the right.