The thirteenth issue of HORIZONTE—Journal for Architectural Discourse focuses on the common as it pertains to architecture. Therefore, our concept was inspired by communal spaces. We wanted to adapt how society occupies those spaces into a visual language. Inspired by public transport, parking facilities, and suburban neighborhoods, we created moments where things came together as well as moments of isolation and divide. We achieved these by thoroughly planning how we used white space, where to dissolve natural grid borders, and how to diversify the typography using open type features and a high-contrast typeface selection.
HORIZONTE—Journal for Architectural Discourse
Parse Grotesk Mono
6.5 x 9 in.
(16.5 x 23 cm)