But there are a few things we are certain of:
architecture cannot exist without the city and its citizens. For 16 years we have searched for committed projects. We are concerned about collective housing, about land occupation, about public spaces…
We spare no effort in visiting what we publish. We don’t criticise projects, we analyse them. We publish a magazine without advertising When we have more to say, we make books.
Still, our concerns are alike:
affordable housing, density, mixed uses, the privatisation of urban spaces…
a+t is internationally distributed, independent of any editorial group.
Quality? Innovation? Prestige?
It’s up to our readers to choose the adjectives on our publications.
we distance ourselves more and more from self-centred buildings, or rather is it the architects who are self-centred?