Middle East Urbanism
Brownbook is a bimonthly magazine that acts as an urban guide to the Middle East and North Africa. The magazine has endured a decade within its field, researching hundreds of cities in the region and Arab diasporas around the world. Over the ten years of publishing, the magazine in its own pace has gone through radical editorial and design changes, but maintained its stand first as an observer of the region’s urban evolution. The magazine focuses on three main genres; Interviews, Architecture & Cities.
In Issue 62, Brownbook investigates how brutalist architecture made its way to Tehran, where it took on a distinctly Persian identity, and the lasting impact it had on the city.
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