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2010-2014. Fulcrum was a free weekly sheet dedicated to "pursuing architecture and the third millennium". It remains the most read student publication about architecture in the world, and has been widely exhibited – most notably at the British Pavilion for the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale. It ran for 100 issues, ending in June 2014.

The single-sheet, two-column format established a dialectic between authors - often pairing well-known architects, artists, economists and scientists with young designers (who had perhaps never been previously published).

Contributors included Kengo Kuma, Francis Fukuyama, Greg Lynn, Mario Carpo, Pier Vittorio Aureli, Anthony Vidler, Iwan Baan, Geoff Manaugh, Eyal Weizman, Metahaven, Patrik Schumacher, Sam Jacob, Leon Krier, Charles Jencks and many, many others. Designed and edited by Jack Self.
Fulcrum's site.