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. This past school year (2021-22), the group has released three issues of its magazine - on Climate, Worldbuilding, and Race.
This year (2022-2023) our theme of Interregnum will focus on two editions - Demolition and Reconstruction.
Khoi Do, Selina Yanan Zhou
Alana Wu, Tracy Chixin Zhang, Zoe, Liu, Tina Leyi Han, Benni Guo, Adam Xiaotian He, Eric Chen, Victor Beyazit Eraslan, Olive Bouseman, Sam Losi, Sharon Fung, Shariq Shah
Grace Kolosek, Tina Han
Christoph Eckrich, Gil Jang, Christopher Ball, Aaron Chenault, Putu Dawkins, Phillip Denny, Sinan Goral, Claire He, Kirman Hanson, Matthew Huber, Harsh Kedia, Joey Koon, Adam Kor, Clara Lee, Kelly Li, Rachel Lu, Kaitlin Miciunas, KelliLaurel Mijares, Daniel Noh, Talia Perry, Michael Powell, Rohan Rathod, Sharon Rubin, Mark Terra-Salomão, Chitika Vasudeva, Alex Wang, Zachary Weimer, Kyle Wing, Leah Wulfman, Robert Rice, Taisei Manheim, Mohammed Rahman, Juhi Dhanesha, Paul Greenway
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School of Architecture
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The editorial staff of inter·punct gratefully acknowledges the generous support of Carnegie Mellon’s School of Architecture towards the publication of its journals and the promoting of its endeavors.
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