C3 is an architecture magazine from South Korea.
A working and professional updating tool, it closely investigates massive projects that will make the history of architecture.
With crisp and clear images, projects and interventions by professionals from all over the world, he deeply analyzes public and private building works, examining their architectural and urbanistic essence.
Dimensions: 22.5x30 cm
Language: English (full translation) and Korean
Increasingly, designers are interested in challenging the stigma associated with utilitarian designs, public services that are essential but often go unnoticed.
This issue includes a section illustrating how architecture can be used to go beyond the utilitarian character usually associated with building infrastructure, with designs by Henning Larsen, Oppenheim Architecture, BIG and NODE.
And again, four projects that show how an intervention in a historic center can often lead to a very creative synthesis, a layering of the new over the old.