ANTA is a journal created for the exchange of ideas that serve to enrich architectural discourse. Periodicals that put forward sensible urban, architectural, and environmental approaches, or offer themselves as platforms for meaningful debate, are woefully few in number today.
As we publish more issues of ANTA, we need your support to sustain the journal and the robust architectural dialogue it offers. You can help continue these conversations by purchasing past and present issues. ANTA will become as prominent and successful as the circle of people who read it and engage in its spirit of reasoned inquiry.
Vol. 5 (Spring 2023)
In this issue: The fifth issue of ANTA continues its mission by presenting alternative arguments against prevailing attitudes that prioritize idiosyncratic design over tradition. The projects range from masterplans for new towns and neighborhoods to urban interventions, academic campus buildings, reconstructions of urban edifices, and new buildings housing cultural institutions. Essays cover topics such as architectural precedent, the impact of sympathetic reconstruction on urban spaces, and reflections on the manifesto for urban development in Berlin-Brandenburg. This issue also includes historical perspectives, conversations with industry professionals, critiques, and insights from voices of the past. ANTA remains a crucial instrument in promoting discussion and understanding of classical and traditional architecture.
Orders placed after December 15, 2023 will not ship until January 2, 2024.
Vol. 4 (Fall 2022)
In this issue: Spain as the source of traditional architecture for the Americas; conversation with Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk and Andrés Duany about Mediterranean architecture in Florida; historical perspectives about the San Diego Panama-California Exposition of 1915-16 and the launching of the Spanish Revival in southern California
Vol. 3 (Spring 2022)
In this issue: A focus on sustainable new development and how it is shaping a new building culture; articles about the overlap of heritage and sustainable development; a piece about the Dean's Charrette in South Bend to study the removal of urban renewal infrastructure; and a strong case for keeping traditional trades alive in the United States
Vol. 2 (Fall 2021)
In this issue: Projects from China, France, Spain, Belgium, the Persian Gulf, the United States and elsewhere; essays on the value of manual drawing and painting for the formation of architects; perspectives on critical contemporary issues and aspects of architectural debate
Vol. 1 (Spring 2021)
In this issue: New buildings and towns in Spain, Estonia, Finland, the United States, and elsewhere; Perspectives on current and contemporary issues and aspects of architectural debate; Writings, reflections, and works by visionary architects and thinkers of the past.
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By purchasing this subscription, customers will receive a copy of ANTA Volume 4 at the time of purchase. Furthermore, subscribers will be prioritized as the first recipients of ANTA Volume 5 upon its official publication.
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This rate is accessible to universities and colleges seeking to purchase the complete collection of ANTA, spanning volumes one through six. Furthermore, insitutions will be prioritized as the first recipients of ANTA Volume 6 upon its official publication. Purchase includes physical copies only, digital versions are not avalible at this time.