not quite paper
pulp is an architectural circular. Circular, because many of its readers are also its writers. It is a community of architects, and those who care about architecture, reckoning with their discipline on a weekly basis.
pulp is digital, but on the way to paper. Through its content, we try to stitch our stories together and pursue the questions that haunt us. Then, once pencil hits paper, we are a little better prepared to leave the world a little better than we found it.
pulp is not a link sheet. There are links, but all of the content is original. It appears Friday mornings, before 7 00 am, EST. As each issue builds on themes addressed in past issues, it lives chronologically. There is no digital archive, so each issue lives in the inboxes of its subscribers, and those with whom they share it.
pulp is not free. It is important that our readers are sufficiently committed to pay a subscription, and that our writers are fairly compensated for their efforts.
some past issues:
Feature: New York Roundtable
Feature: Interview with Robert AM Stern
Also: John Kleinschmidt on Houston
Feature: Interview with Peter Eisenman
Feature: Interview with Dorian Booth
Feature: San Francisco Roundtable
Feature: Los Angeles Roundtable
Feature: Interview with Kyle Picha
Feature: Interview with Boris Morin-Defoy
Feature: Interview with Elisa Iturbe
Feature: Interview with Justin Oh
Feature: Interview with Andrew Dadds
Feature: picklebric (Making collective living happen)