The Latest issue of Architectural Digest is Now Available Through Zinio Digital Magazines!

Attention all you aspiring architects out there it is time to pick up the latest edition of Architectural Digest from the JC Library’s Zinio Digital Magazine collection.  Architectural Digest is “is the world’s foremost design authority, showcasing the work of top architects and interior decorators. It continues to set new benchmarks for how to live well—what to buy, what to see and do, where to travel, and who to watch on the fast-paced, multifaceted global design scene.”   Architectural Digest has been in print since 1920 and publishes 12 issues per year.  Here is a sneak peak at what is inside the December issue;

  • The High Life – A fixture of the fashion jet set for decades—and the author of a captivating new memoir—Giancarlo Giammetti opens the doors to his ultrarefined, art-filled Manhattan aerie
  • Advanced Studies – Neil Bingham’s new book reviews a century of architectural drawings and the artistry behind them
  • Spot-On – Yayoi Kusama’s signature polka dots are on view at David Zwirner for her highly anticipated New York return
  • The Next Generation – Some are more established, others are just emerging, but these 20 artists—selected by savvy collectors and advisers—are headed for even greater heights

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The JC Library is encouraging all students to sign up and take advantage of our Zinio Digital Magazine collection.  As a SOUAD student it is always important to keep up to date on the latest news and information in the art, design, and architectural worlds, and Zinio Digital Magazines is a fun and easy way to do just that! So during your winter break be sure to cozy up to the fire and relax with Zinio digital magazines!

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