Perspecta 33: Mining Autonomy

Perspecta, the Yale Architecture Journal the oldest student-edited architectural journal in the United States, and is internationally respected for its contributions to contemporary architectural discourse with original presentations of new projects as well as historical and theoretical essays.
Perspecta's editors solicit articles from distinguished scholars and practitioners from around the world, and then, working with graphic design students from the School of Art, produce the journal. — from MIT Press
Perspecta 33: Mining Autonomy “examines the evolving legacy of architectural autonomy and its relationship to architecture’s potential to act as a critical agent” — Eds.