- Architecture, Design, Urbanism provides descriptions
and further information about a selection of European
magazines, editors, and publishers in this field. Comprehensive
data for direct contact - both online and offline.
with a 2nd edition in 2005
leave publication, with additional loose-leaf supplements
of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data:
magazines on architecture, (interior)
design and urbanism. Schroevers editor. - 2nd ed.
Includes bibliographical references (p.) and index
1. Press and media - Press releases. 2. Architecture
- Architectural magazines. 3. Address guide - magazines.
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choice of over 750 magazines in 69 countries worldwide.
Press3asy GUID3 focuses exclusively on magazines in
the field of Architecture, Design and Urbanism and is
divided into relevant categories.
2nd edition of GUID3, contains the latest selection
of valuable PR information and offers world-wide addresses
and telephone numbers. This listing has been partly
drawn from the databases of the 'Pressguild foundation'.
GUID3 is ordered alphabetically and is supplemented
by an index at the end of each sub-directory, hence
providing you with two search possibilities. This guide
is organised in three sections (see table of contents
for full details). In this introduction you will find
general information such as an explanation on the used
country name and language abbreviations, as well as
the best way to make use of the relevant categories.
Part two is the magazine directory, which is divided
in three subsections This country, Europe and World.
This is an alphabetical listing by country abbreviation.
The different symbols under each magazine indicate specific
details and are explained here below. From the 2000
magazines worldwide on architecture we have selected
some 750 ones. We gathered our data from National libraries,
Media Yearbooks for each country, Internet, the colophons
of most magazines etc. From this we made lists per country
and asked feed-back from people in each country, preferably
from librarians, universities and book-shops. We made
inquiries by telephone with all magazines which they
rated higher. Additionally, many magazines were available
from our own archive. We carefully compiled all data,
however your comments are very much appreciated.
Table of contents
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the author 92
2nd edition of Press3asy GUID3 offers you an overview
of some 750 regularly appearing magazines (arranged
alphabetically) in the field of Architecture, Design
and Urbanism. This edition has been revised und updated
by gathering information from questionnaires, direct
telephone contact with editorial boards, colophons of
magazines, Internet research, telephone directories,
library visits through-out Europe, as well as all sorts
of National year-books. Such a world-wide collection
of addresses on Architecture, Design and Urbanism was
listed for the first time by Press3asy, and it will
certainly proof itself as an indispensable publicity
tool. All entries are arranged according to sub-chapters
by country names. For an overview of the used distinguishing
symbols (also in other languages) please read the section
in your own (contact) language. The entries of the printed
edition contain (if known) the following information:
Magazine-name; Subtitle; Quality; Language; Publisher;
Address; Telephone; Fax; E-mail; Web-site; Document
Type; Frequency; Edition; Founding; Sponsor; Page Size;
PC or MAC; Price; Book reviews; Editorial Statute; and
finally Remarks can be read. In order to make this guide
useable for an international clientele, we've made use
of symbols instead of descriptions. In the end you will
notice that it even might be quicker in use. The editorial
deadline was 29th October 2006; applications which were
sent to us later than this could unfortunately not be
printed in this 2nd edition. However all data are digitally
available by way of the database [database.xls] on the
CD-ROM. Updates of the most essential changes of addresses
and/or publishers, as well as new magazines, can be
obtained electronically from our down-load website or
secretariat, and will appear as loose-leaf supplements
as well. Again in this second edition of GUID3, we persevere
in our opinion that press-releases without a name arrive
better than press-releases with the wrong name. Feed-back
from various editors strengthens our conviction that
our repertory should stay address-orientated. However
at our secretariat is an extensive amount of electronic
data available. Please feel free to request a prospectus.