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Assemble Papers Issue #1!

Assemble issue Hurrah! The first ever printed edition of Assemble Papers has hit the streets! A long-held dream of the entire team since we began AP more than two years ago, our foray into print aims to expand, reach out and connect with a broader audience, further pollinating the conversation, thinking and action around cities, design, architecture, art and sustainability. We  can’t express our gratitude enough to everyone who supported us on Pozible, our family, friends, dedicated writers and photographers, and of course our ever-expanding network of readers—all of whom guided, promoted and supported us in helping hoist our words (and those of our invaluable contributors) out of the digital realm and into printed form. This first issue continues our exploration of design and small footprint living—gracing the pages are perspectives on food security and sustainability from Melbourne City Rooftop Honey, a profile on the residential, Muir Mendes-designed Law Street House and a sideways peek into contemporary architecture, this time for canines. Soon to come to a café, shop or gallery near you (if you’re in Melbourne).1

Hurrah! The first ever printed edition of Assemble Papers has hit the streets! A long-held dream of the entire team since we began AP more than two years ago, our foray into print aims to expand, reach out and connect with a broader audience, further pollinating the conversation, thinking and action around cities, design, architecture, art and sustainability. We can’t express our gratitude enough to everyone who supported us on Pozible, graphic designer Tristan Main who designed the beautiful layout of the magazine, our family, friends, dedicated writers and photographers, and of course our ever-expanding network of readers—all of whom guided, promoted and supported us in helping hoist our words (and those of our invaluable contributors) out of the digital realm and into printed form. This first issue continues our exploration of design and small footprint living—gracing the pages are perspectives on food security and sustainability from Melbourne City Rooftop Honey, a profile on the residential, Muir Mendes-designed Law Street House and a sideways peek into contemporary architecture, this time for canines. Soon to come to a café, shop or gallery near you (if you’re in Melbourne).

 

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