A contemporary new look to the Journal of the Southeast Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians (ARRIS). The two thematics sets of this journal include how architectural works relate to the history canon and an investigation of the role of climate control before and after the introduction of electricity. The publication combines Interstate and Miller typefaces in a versatile grid that allow a consistent use of negative spaces and different widths of text columns. The cover of the journal is a black and white full page photography of the Façade view, Farnsworth House (Jon Miller © Hedrich Blessing). The interior pages and abstracts section give the same treatment and importance to photographs aiming to a more striking and contemporary look of the publication.
Graphic designer, graduate student from the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD). Passionate about typography, digital/print publication and photography. Interested in clever design, clear and highly conceptual work. Curious, experimental, versatile, dedicated and down-to-earth.