Arctic Perspective Cahier no. 1: Architecture focuses on Arctic architecture and documents the results of the international API design competition.
It is edited by Andreas Müller (An Architektur, Berlin), designed by Žiga Testen (Maastricht / Ljubljana), and published by Hatje Cantz (Ostfildern).
Arctic Perspective Cahier no. 1: Arctic Geopolitics and Autonomy
The second API Cahier is edited by Dr. Michael Bravo, Head of Circumpolar History and Public Policy Group at the Scott Polar Research Inst. (University of Cambridge), and Nicola Triscott, director of The Arts Catalyst (London). The cahier is comprised of five essays that address the dynamic relationships between technology, autonomy, creativity, storytelling and geopolitics in the contemporary Arctic. It is published by Hatje Cantz Verlag and electronically under a creative commons license.
The whole API Cahiers series editors are: Inke Arns, Matthew Biederman, Marko Peljhan and Nicola Triscott