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Antoine Vernholes

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Antoine Vernholes is former Managing Director of 'A'A' magazine, L’Architecture d’Aujourd’hui.

‘A’A’ L’Architecture d’aujourd’hui has been instrumental in promoting the discourse and image of modern architecture since it was founded in 1930 and is one of the leading magazines of contemporary architecture. The journal examines movements of architectural thinking from a cross-disciplinary perspective, is published in French and English, and has an international readership of more than 75,000 per issue. It is read by leading architects, architecture critics, academics and is listed in Architectural Periodicals IndexArt Index, and Avery.

He studied at Middlesex University in the United Kingdom, and the Rouen Business School in France.

Last Updated: December 19, 2014
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Paris, France
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'A'A' Selected Projects Morceaux Choisis HolcimAwards 2014
'A'A' Selected Projects Morceaux Choisis HolcimAwards 2014

Antoine Vernholes and Edwin Heathcote comment on their analysis of the Holcim Awards 2014 prize winning entries: “I was …

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