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2017 Media Kit THE ARCHITECT’S NEWSPAPER The Architect’s Newspaper is the most authoritative US publication on architecture and design. Our engaged audience is made up of architects, landscape architects, designers, engineers, developers, and contractors. They enjoy our high-quality, in-depth articles, high-profile interviews, informed criticism, conversations on the built environment, up-to-the-minute architecture and design developments. Our website, our engaged social media platforms, conferences and our monthly newspaper help us broadcast content to a ever expanding audience each day.

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A|N INTERIOR A|N Interior, is our new architectural design and culture publication. We examine the latest in architect-designed interiors and the products that fill them. A|N Interior captures emerging trends and challenges new possibilities about how we design and experience architecturally-significant interiors, from residential, hospitality and commercial projects to exhibitions and art installations.

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2017 Editorial Calendar ISSUE

DATE

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12.7.16

12.13.16

FEBRUARY / MARCH

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MAY INTERIOR

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4.5.17

4.12.17

4.18.17

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5.16.17

5.23.17

5.30.17

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7.26.17 6.29.17

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7.13.17

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Glass

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8.22.17

8.29.17

Smart Cities

JULY / AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER INTERIOR

OCTOBER NOVEMBER / DECEMBER

10.1.17

8.15.17 9.8.17

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9.22.17

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9.15.17

9.22.17

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Street Furniture + Pavers & Decks, Outdoor Lighting, Metals

11.1.17 10.10.17

10.17.17

10.24.17

Environmental

Holiday Gift Guide, Best of Design Awards

10.1.17

ABExpo: Boston, MA Nov 6–10 / Greenbuild: Boston, MA Nov 6–10 / LED Specifier Summit Midwest: Chicago, IL Nov 14–15 / Facades+ AM: Seattle, WA Dec 8


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