Content 

The Right Angle is the official voice of the Built Environment Open Forum – a non-profit organization that encourages and facilitates conversation about the built environment between professionals and non-professionals. The Journal is published both in print and online.

Content for The Right Angle is generated by our readers, who may be experts or aficionados, and also by special contributors. Our current roster includes architects, landscape architects, interior designers, creative artists, academics and philosophers. We hope also to include students, interns, builders, planners, economists, developers, marketing people, financiers and others. Our writing is straightforward, sometimes humorous, sometimes serious, entertaining, informative and entirely free of jargon.

The content of The Right Angle is much more inclined toward the discussion of ideas than to descriptions about things. But by fostering open communication and a higher awareness among design professionals and others, our ultimate goal is the creation of a better, everyday built environment.

Our forum is open to everyone who cares about the built environment and would like to help make it better.

 

Contact

The Right Angle Journal appears quarterly in print and online. Each issue is based on a theme. Essays are contributed by our board, by special experts and by our readers.

If you are interested in receiving the journal (online or hard copy), contributing to it, or proposing topics for future discussion, you are invited to contact the editor:

editor@therightanglejournal.com


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