SENIOR; GRAPHIC DESIGN; COLLEGE OF ARCHITECHTURE, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION
Retroform Magazine emphasizes the architectural importance of historical buildings and their effect on culture and the environment. Historical reconstruction and preservation of buildings is just as essential as preserving artwork from ages past. Just like artwork, homes and commercial buildings from different eras can give us a look into what life was like during that time period. When older buildings are destroyed, part of history goes with them. Retroform’s focuses include historical preservation, as well as cohabitation of old and new architectural styles. With the advent of modern architecture, more creative ways to save historic buildings have emerged. Retroform showcases examples of successful unification of past and present helping readers to recognize the publication’s goal and show that it is attainable. Using a mixture of design and typographic styles reiterates the overall goal of the magazine.
PRESERVING THE PAST & CULTIVATING THE FUTURE
Print Media, 8 ½”” x 11” x 0.25”
Last Updated: July 24, 2018