Architecture Snob. New architecture magazine and new architecture from Poland
Fundació Mies van der Rohe Barcelona together with the Architecture Snob magazine’s editors, invites to a meeting devoted to Polish architecture.
During the event, you see the latest projects from Poland and talk to Spanish architects whose buildings have permanently inscribed in the landscape of Polish cities.
The presentation in Barcelona of a new architecture magazine is an opportunity to strengthen the debate on how we live and how we want to live. It connects Polish institutions and architects with architects from the city of Barcelona with projects in Poland and debate around the motto of the magazine.
The first issue of “Architecture Snob” begins with an interview with Joseph Rykwert, one of the most eminent architectural historians and theorists in the world whose knowledge and achievement go beyond the limits of academia. Rykwert wrote books and taught classes that have influenced several generations of architecture critics, specialists, and enthusiasts alike. Using various perspectives to shed light on architecture, including anthropology, philosophy, and even religious studies, he created an innovative body of work that is essential to contemporary architecture criticism and theory.