inter·punct is a platform for ideas, theory, and discourse - sometimes about architecture and sometimes at its periphery. The group was founded by students at Carnegie Mellon University in 2011. The group has released two issues - para·meter (2013) and inter·view (2016).
inter·punct is a journal about architecture.
inter·punct is a dot jostling for space; it disrupts, agitates, demystifies.
inter·punct champions free print. Ideas should not be exclusive.
inter·punct is run by students who don't hide from their naïveté.
inter·punct is not a journal about architecture.
Christoph Eckrich, Gil Jang
Alex Wang, Rachel Lu, Daniel Noh, Joanne Chui, Mohammed Rahman, Olivia Werner, Robert Rice, Longney Luk, Kirman Hanson, Taisei Manheim
Christoph Eckrich, Daniel Noh
Christopher Ball, Aaron Chenault, Putu Dawkins, Phillip Denny, Sinan Goral, Claire He, Matthew Huber, Harsh Kedia, Joey Koon, Adam Kor, Clara Lee, Kelly Li, Kaitlin Miciunas, KelliLaurel Mijares, Talia Perry, Michael Powell, Rohan Rathod, Sharon Rubin, Mark Terra-Salomão, Chitika Vasudeva, Zachary Weimer, Kyle Wing, Leah Wulfman
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