Architectural Record Magazine
- Architectural Record - American Edition
- Format - Magazine
- Frequency - 12 x Per Year
- Subscription Period - 1 Year
Architectural Record is an American monthly magazine that is dedicated to architecture and interior design. Published by BNP Media, it is generally considered “The Record” of Architectural History. Throughout its 125 years in print, Architectural Record has fostered readership among architecture, engineering, and design professionals by featuring articles that showcase noteworthy architectural works throughout the global landscape. News, commentary, criticism, and continuing-education sections outline the scope of content. Of note are the glossy, high-quality photos that accentuate the featured projects, an attribute which makes the magazine accessible to the general public as well.
Architectural Record holds a close relationship with the American Institute of Architects (AIA), particularly through the AIA Continuing Education sections offered both in the magazine and on the magazine’s website. An underscore of this interrelationship, previous editor-in-chief Robert Ivy now acts as CEO of the AIA.
Architectural Record began publication in 1891 by Clinton W. Sweet, who also published the Real Estate Record and Builders’ Guide. Sweet and Frederick Warren Dodge soon formed a partnership. Dodge published an information service for builders and architects, originally in Boston and expanded to New York with the partnership. Together they established Sweet’s Indexed Catalogue of Building Construction, a publication intended to be a summary filing of manufacturer’s catalogs.
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