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View Hundreds of Architecture Magazines Online With This Digital Archive By Hanley Wood and NCMH

View Hundreds of Architecture Magazines Online With This Digital Archive By Hanley Wood and NCMH
View Hundreds of Architecture Magazines Online With This Digital Archive By Hanley Wood and NCMH, House+Home, March 1971 Page 53. Image via Colossus
House+Home, March 1971 Page 53. Image via Colossus

North Carolina Modernist Homes (NCMH) and Hanley Wood (parent company of ARCHITECT) have partnered to create Colossus: a new digital archive of 20th century architectural publications, reports Architect Magazine. When complete, it will be the largest digital archive of modern architecture magazines, with over 1.3 million pages.

For NCMH, a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and documentation of mid-century modernist residential architecture, Colossus is a natural next step. The sizable collections of NCMH have already been uploaded, while Hanley Wood’s collection will be available July 1, 2016.

Finds in the archive can range from informative to humorous to nostalgic. Earlier issues evoke the distinctive aesthetic of the 70s, 80s, and 90s, while ads remind present day readers of the progress in building technology in recent decades. Read more about the project at Architect Magazine here, and see images from the archive below.

Architecture, August 2006 Page 6

Architecture, August 2006 Page 6. Image via Colossus
Architecture, August 2006 Page 6. Image via Colossus

Progressive Architecture, June 1987 Page 58-59

Progressive Architecture, June 1987 Page 58-59. Image via Colossus
Progressive Architecture, June 1987 Page 58-59. Image via Colossus

Architecture, August 2006 Page 14

Architecture, August 2006 Page 14. Image via Colossus
Architecture, August 2006 Page 14. Image via Colossus

AIA North Carolina, May-June 1970 Page 43

AIA North Carolina, May-June 1970 Page 43. Image via Colossus
AIA North Carolina, May-June 1970 Page 43. Image via Colossus

AIA North Carolina, May-June 1970 Page 4

AIA North Carolina, May-June 1970 Page 4. Image via Colossus
AIA North Carolina, May-June 1970 Page 4. Image via Colossus

View the full collection on Colossus: http://www.ncmodernist.org/colossus

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Cite: Eric Oh. "View Hundreds of Architecture Magazines Online With This Digital Archive By Hanley Wood and NCMH" 02 Jun 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/788400/view-hundreds-of-architecture-magazines-online-with-this-digital-archive-by-hanley-wood-and-ncmh/> ISSN 0719-8884
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House+Home, March 1971 Page 53. Image via Colossus

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