PIN–UP is a New York-based magazine focused on pure architectural entertainment — the meeting point of architecture, art, and design.
In this issue:
Why America now? As the global power balance shifts, it’s time to remap the culture that has dominated the discourse for the past century. PIN–UP 33 is an exchange of knowledge between people who are in the practice of world-building — in architecture, design, fashion, art, and theory — to help stake out alternative paths for the future.
Also in this issue: Interviews with artists Doru Olowu and Robert Paige; a history of the Barbie Dreamhouse; a portfolio on San Diego; a study of American objects from the Smithsonian collection; studio visits with artists Andy Harman and Carsten Höller; a celebration of 40 years of Storefront for Art & Architecture; the allure of Tiffany & Co., American essays on casinos, McMansions, Cape Cod, Romaine lettuce, and the 2028 L.A. Olympics; Keywords with Mindy Seu, Mark Wigley, and Emily Adams Bode Aujla; a paper exhibition on contemporary American practice in collaboration with SIZED; plus design, design, design — from blankets to Le Bambole, from Castiglioni to Formafantasma, and USM NYC BY BEN GANZ, a collection designed in collaboration with USM Modular Furniture, and presented by PIN–UP HOME.