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105 | Taking a Critical Stance on Design

Aaron Seward is editor of Texas Architect magazine, where he curates, writes and produces an ongoing dialogue about architecture & urbanism.

105 | Taking a Critical Stance on Design

Aaron has been working in architectural publishing for nearly 20 years, first as a book editor at Edizioni Press and later as a journalist and editor at The Architect’s Newspaper, both in New York City. In addition to the previously listed publications, his writing and research has appeared in such trade and consumer publications as Architect, Architectural Lighting, Curbed, Domus, Popular Science, and Metropolis. Seward graduated from The New School for Social Research in 2000 with a degree in Literature, Writing & the Arts. He lives in Austin.


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