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The AJ online: now exclusive to subscribers

The AJ is changing - activate your online subscription now to access new services for you and your business

In its first 100 years, The Architects’ Journal has provided information and inspiration to the profession in a weekly magazine. Times change. For the past decade, content has been available on the AJ website and via email newsletters.

Last year we joined Twitter and published video interviews with all Stirling Prize-nominated architects. In 2010, we plan to release applications for the iPhone and a truly intuitive way to search the most important archive in architecture.

This investment in new media is not being made to chase the vast anonymous crowds on the internet, but to deepen our relationship with British architects and to deliver information to you, the subscriber, when you want it and in a range of different media.

We have now have made almost all content on the AJ website exclusive to subscribers. In order to access AJ building studies, technical details and tens of thousands of archived articles, you will need to take a few minutes to activate your subscription. Instructions are given at the foot of this page, but please email customerservices@architectsjournal.co.uk or call 0207 728 4651 if you have any questions.

Hattie Hartman’s excellent sustainability blog, Footprint, will remain free to all, as will the archive of Ian Martin’s columns.

Two web-based services have been added to the AJ subscription package. First, the AJ Competitions File, which aims to save you time and make you money, with details of the latest design contests from the UK and overseas.

Second, we’re happy to welcome every subscriber to the AJ Readers Club. Membership has its privileges: priority access to industry and cultural events; discounts at selected restaurants and shops; plus entry to monthly prize draws (activate your subscription now to get in the hat for one of 10 copies of Nikolaus Pevsner’s book An Outline of European Architecture).

Please take the time to activate your subscription online; the services you will receive over the next 12 months will repay the effort.

 

Readers' comments (1)

  • S VOUTSADAKIS

    What ever happened to Kieran Long? Can now look forward to a AR redesign and AJ reverting to A4 size! not to mention more architecture less architectural gossip.

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