Issue #5
Moment, Movement

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Issue #5 ‘Moment, Movement’, our current issue, arrived autumn 2020 into a pre-covid world, it’s content blissfully oblivious to the events that have altered our recent history. The conversations that lie within delve from both the meaning of a moment to the weight of a movement and what lies between. From reflections on places of passing, discussion on what it means to be home and questions of what it means to act,

‘Moment, Movement’ touches on urgency, content, speculation and desire. These varied discussions, stories and article are an embrace of what we have and a question of what we should challenge.

Urban Culture in Moscow – Re-imagining the Metrolink – Stories of our Shapes – Architectural Education in the Climate Crisis – Architects as Activists – The Necessity of Discourse – Parisian Counter Culture – Stepping up Accessibility – A living room confronts the Climate Crisis – Movement is a privilege – Places of passing – The power of a Home – Intergenerational experiences of the London Underground – Architecture of Obedience – Poems and more…

Contributors: Silas Lehane, Cecile Ngoc Suong Perdu, Danny Gregson, Michael Becker, Karolina Krajcikova, Scott McAulay, Lockie Mitchell, Murid, Laly, Astrid Larsen, Callum Symmons, Tayyeb Jilani, Roseanne Tye, Guillemette Gandon, Eleanor Collin, Tabby Carless-Frost, Fraser Morrison, Ellie Shimmin, Ben Hair, Daniel Anderson, Carlos Tedosa Tejetor, Alex Abadjieva, Angus Barrett, Lucy Galloway, Megan Kenyon, Justin Leung, Cameron Lintott, Sonnie Carlebach




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Crumble is a collection of spirited, open-minded students and professionals keen to enliven the conversation about architecture. Based in Edinburgh, we’ve set up a bi-annual magazine that aims to promote interdisciplinary understanding of architecture and place. It provides a platform for people of all backgrounds and disciplines to publish articles and artwork that explore concerns about the future of our surroundings from a local to a global scale. The magazine gives those ideas reach within and beyond the university through public distribution.

The magazine has an emphasis on engaging architecture with its real-world, wider cultural context and exploring how it can provide answers to current political and social issues. We are keen to involve students and professionals from as many disciplines as possible. The magazine has already involved current and former professionals alongside students of Architecture, Illustration, Product Design, Fine Art, Linguistics, History, Politics, International Development, Conservation, Landscape Architecture, History of Art, Urban Planning and English Literature.