Business news: German publishing house Gestalten has entered into voluntary insolvency after losing money on a concept store in Berlin. The company, which publishes books about architecture, design and other creative disciplines, made the declaration after failing to secure an extended credit line from its bank. “I had to apply for insolvency otherwise I could have More
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A new copyright law in the UK will “wipe out” design book publishing and cripple design education, according to author and publisher Charlotte Fiell. Fiell, an editor at London design publisher Laurence King and the author of over 30 design books, has written an open letter to the UK intellectual copyright office to complain about […]
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British architecture magazines the Architects’ Journal and the Architectural Review are set to end their print editions and will move to digital only in the next 18 months. Weekly magazine the Architects’ Journal (AJ) and monthly publication the Architectural Review (AR) are among 17 magazines going out of print as part of a move that […]
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