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AJ Publications is the commercial imprint of the Architects’ Journal. We help our clients develop their story, explain their projects and reach their audience in print and online. We apply the same commitment to high-quality writing, critical commentary, technical expertise and excellent design that the Architects’ Journal is known for.
AJ Publications is a new episode in a long publishing history. The AJ was launched as the Builder’s Journal in 1895, shortly changing its name to the Architects’ Journal. In 1896 it was joined by the launch of its sister magazine, the Architectural Review. The two titles soon established their reputation as the profession’s foremost journals, noted for their indispensable criticism, news and technical information.
Our clients include Hopkins Architects, Darling Associates, Berman Guedes Stretton, the Olympic Delivery Authority, Westfield UK, Argent, Lend Lease, London Borough of Southwark, Philips Lighting and many more. Here’s some citations from both clients and readers who have enjoyed our work
Part two in the Eastside Story series looks at the design, landscaping and construction of the London 2012 Olympic Park as well as the temporary and permanent buildings it hosted
This in-depth monograph tells the story of Hopkins Architects’ Stirling Prize-nominated velodrome
We worked with the Royal Academy to write a history of the Architecture Prize and to present a comprehensive catalogue of this year’s show
We worked with Frank Duffy and Jonathan Kendall of Fletcher Priest Architects and Westfield UK to document the design and construction of Westfield Stratford CIty, Europe’s largest shopping centre. The volume also included excerpts form the Design Review Panel meetings