Text by Richard Baird
The Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) is an international architectural practice operating within the traditional boundaries of architecture and urbanism. It was founded in 1975 in Rotterdam by architects Rem Koolhaas and Elia Zenghelis and alongside Madelon Vriesendorp and Zoe Zenghelis. OMA now has seven offices. This year saw the launch of OMA New York’s self-published monograph, designed by Studio Lin, that takes a look back at over 10 years of their work. Continue reading this article
Inspired by a panel discussion that took place at London’s Somerset House in 2018 as part of the exhibition Print! the first issue of LogoArchive was conceived, designed and sent to print the following day. Channeling the independent spirit of niche publishing the LogoArchive zine series seeks to surprise and delight within the context and practice of mid-century logo archival by iterating with each new issue.
Print publishing has gone through an upheaval. And it is not the first time. Emerging technologies and new digital platforms have liberated and challenged printed media in equal measure. LogoArchive has found itself somewhere in between, as both printed zine and online archive. This has become a necessity. Finding that right balance has been a central part of the LogoArchive programme, shaping it into something new and unusual. With this in mind, this issue celebrates the print publishing industry as it evolves to face these new challenges. To order a copy of this issue, and pick up the remaining back issues, please head over to LogoArchive.Shop.