Mark is a thick tightly packed magazine which is dedicated to architecture and design. The magazine provides a useful and interesting look at the latest design news from newspaper reports and TV programmes. Mark magazine says that it ‘sees itself as a platform for the practice and perception of architecture at the dawn of the third millennium’. The magazine is published 6 times a year and will show the readers what are the very best latest designs being produced right now.
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Mark magazine is stylish and has a very sophisticated design which stands out from other architecture based magazines. There will be huge full page images of the best architecture all over the world as well as fascinating interviews with the top designers around at the moment.
Architecture had become increasingly more popular in recent years for a number of reasons; designers are pushing the boundaries on modern buildings and are creating truly unique and quirky designs that have never been seen before. Architects can become as famous as rock stars these days as they produce amazing designs that cause viewers to step back in awe.
This magazine will only show the best of the best designs. From a church which looks like a huge boulder in Mexico to an amazing multicoloured youth centre in Spain which has a unique skate park built in. This magazine will look all over the world for the best designs and doesn’t just focus on one particular genre in the industry. If a new design is interesting and fascinating to look at then it will be featured in Mark magazine.
If you love modern architecture and design then why not get a subscription from us today. We send any orders made before 3 pm on a weekday out in the first class post on the very same day. So you won’t have to wait long for your next architecture fix. Alternatively you can just order a single copy of Mark to see for yourself what all the fuss is about.