ARCH+ is Germany's leading magazine for discourse in the fields of architecture and urbanism. Each quarterly issue takes an in-depth look at a particular topic, taking up current discussions from other disciplines for the discourse on architecture and the city. Founded in 1967 in the spirit of emancipatory self-enlightenment, ARCH+ critically reflects on the social aspirations of the built environment.
ARCH+ is published by Nikolaus Kuhnert, and Anh-Linh Ngo, and supported by an advisory board that ensures strong links to the various fields of architectural knowledge. The ARCH+ advisory board is currently composed of the following distinguished experts: Arno Brandlhuber, Beatriz Colomina, Philipp Oswalt, Stephan Trüby, Mark Wigley, Karin Wilhelm, Georg Vrachliotis.
An energetic editorial team as well as a broad network of emerging and established scholars and practitioners create an environment in which new impulses can be rapidly addressed and implemented in projects aimed at shaping the discourse.