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The Avery Review
Critical Essays on Architecture
Read Issue 66
In Issue 66, the essays re-visit various sites (archives, discourses, frontlines) of architectural production in the hopes of finding new guides (or refusing the guides we’re given) for understanding the present and for enacting a set of values through practice. The Alternative Building Industry (ABI) Collective draws lessons in organizing architectural workers around a broader social project from the Depression-era Bulletin produced by the Federation of Architects, Engineers, Chemists, and Technicians; Matthew Allen reads Andrew Witt’s Formulations as an anthropology of the digital within architectural education and practice; and Bz Zhang walks the present, past, and future perimeter of the Chevron El Segundo Refinery, peering into this petropolis to claim an alternative view of our shared infrastructures.
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Cover pages of FAECT Bulletin, and later Technical America, from 1934 to 1938.

From ABI Collective, “Our best organizer!” in the Avery Review 66 (March 2024), link.

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Winners of AIGA 50 Books | 50 Covers
Our recent title is a winner of AIGA Design’s 50 Books | 50 Covers awards of 2022. We want to extend a huge thanks and congratulations to Laura Coombs who won in the book category for Deserts Are Not Empty by Samia Henni. Photo courtesy of Laura Coombs.