About Volume

Volume is an independent magazine that sets the agenda for architecture and design. With going beyond architecture’s definition of ‘making buildings’ it reaches out for global views on designing environments, advocates broader attitudes to social structures, and reclaims the cultural and political significance of architecture. Created as a global idea platform to voice architecture any way, anywhere, anytime, it represents the expansion of architectural territories and the new mandate for design.

The Volume project continues Archis, magazine for Architecture, City and Visual Culture and its predecessors since 1929. Volume magazine and Archis RSVP events form an experimental think tank devoted to the process of real-time spacial and cultural reflexivity.

ARCHIS – Publishers, Tools, Interventions – is a Cultural Platform collaborating with various knowledge partners to research, debate, rethink and reinvent our spatial environment.

Volume is produced and published by the Archis Foundation, The Netherlands.


Lilet Breddels (Director Archis) — lb @ archis.org
Arjen Oosterman (Publisher/Editor-in-Chief) — ao @ archis.org
Leonardo Dellanoce (Editor) – ld @ archis.org
Francesco Degl’Innocenti (Editor) –  fdi @ archis.org
Léna Robin (Web Editor) – lr @ archis.org
Denisse Vega de Santiago (Researcher) – dv @ archis.org
George Jepson (Researcher)
Dora Gorenak (Researcher)
Idene Abhari (Researcher)
Máté Hulesch (Researcher)

Kai Vöckler (Archis Interventions Berlin)

ARCHIS ADVISERS – Ethel Baraona Pohl, René Boer, Brendan Cormier, Edwin Gardner, Rory Hyde, Timothy Moore, César Reyes Nájera, Stephan Petermann

ARCHIS Foundation’s Supervisory Board – Adri Duivesteijn (chair), Leon Heddes  (treasurer), Simon Franke, Piet Vollaard