It’s here! Carnegie Mellon’s School of Architecture student journal, inter·punct, invites you to celebrate the much-anticipated launch of our second issue, inter·view, on Monday, October 3 in the College of Fine Arts Great Hall, directly before Amanda Williams's lecture. Join us for food, music, inter·punct merchandise, and your own copy of the publication!
A followup to our inaugural issue, para·meter, inter·view features conversations with 15 visiting architects including Bernard Tschumi, Winy Maas, Eva Franch i Gilabert and Neil Denari, in search for tomorrow's pressing agendas in architecture.
inter·punct is a student journal for architecture founded by students at Carnegie Mellon University in the fall of 2011. The journal represents the need to capture, disrupt, and agitate the current moment in architecture, much as the interpunct breaks up a word. Learn more about inter·punct.