the modernist offers unique perspectives on 20th-century architecture and design. With its pages full of bus stops, B-roads and concrete — you won’t find any swaying fields of wheat here. But don’t be fooled by all the municipal mundanity; warm and endearingly nerdy, this is an unconventional but nonetheless idyllic picture of Britain. In these strange times, there is solace to be found in the quiet fanaticism of this magazine.
In this issue the likes of Jonathan Meades, Elain Harwood, Tim Dunn, Jeremy Leslie and our very own Eddy Rhead, Sarah Feeney and and Ashiya Eastwood celebrate our 40th issue by giving KUDOS to a few of our favourite things.. from cathedrals to Campari and from BIC pens to J G Ballard.. its happy birthday to the modernist.