Architectural Record

Architectural Record

"Architectural Record" is an American monthly magazine dedicated to architecture and interior design, published by McGraw-Hill Construction in New York City. It is over 110 years old. While the magazine is aimed at professional architects and engineers with news, commentary, criticism and continuing education sections, it features numerous articles exploring cutting edge designs by leading architects with glossy photos and articles that are accessible to non-experts. The magazine holds a close relationship with the American Institute of Architects (AIA), notably through AIA Continuing Education sections offered in the magazine and on its website.

The current Editor-in-Chief is Robert Ivy, FAIA.

In May 1910 the Architectural Record published an important painting of Pablo Picasso's, "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon", in Gelett Burgess's article "The Wild Men of Paris".cite journal | last = Burgess | first = Gelett | authorlink = Gelett Burgess | title = "The Wild Men of Paris" | journal = Architectural Record | date = May 1910 | url =] This article was one the first mentions of the co-founders of cubism, Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque, to appear in the American press.cite web | last = Sawicki | first = Nicholas | title = Inheriting Cubism: The Impact of Cubism on American Art, 1909-1938 | url = | accessdate = 2007-02-27]


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