Since 1947, the Journal of Architectural Education (JAE) has been the primary venue for research and commentary on architectural education. The flagship publication of the Association of Collegiate School of Architecture (ACSA), published through Taylor and Francis, has been through many shapes and sizes over its 60 plus years. The last major overhaul was over ten years ago when the JAE adopted its current 9 x 10 high format, launched in September 2002 (Volume 56:1).
In Fall of 2013, the ACSA enlisted the graphic design studio Project Projects to work with members of the JAE editorial board and the ACSA staff to develop a new look for the journal. The re-design allows for flexibility in future issues while maintaining a clear graphic identity and, perhaps as important, the new design also signals that the JAE will be a material object for the foreseeable future. Issue 68:1 entitled design+ and edited by Sheila Crane and Amy Kulper, to be shipped in the next few weeks, will be the first issue to feature the re-design. Here is a sneak peek of the new cover!
ACSA members can read full issues of the journal online. Visit JAEonline.org to learn more.
The Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture is a nonprofit membership organization, founded in 1912 to advance the quality of architectural education. Our members are over 250 schools, including all accredited programs in the USA and Canada, schools seeking accreditation, and non-accredited and international programs--representing over 40,000 architecture faculty and students.