ART DIRECTOR’S CUT, MAY 6
May 6, 2021 by LAM Staff
The things our art director Chris McGee hated leaving out in the current issue of LAM.
From ‘Global Security’ by Lisa Abend in the May 2021 issue, on how LYTT Architecture’s security barriers in the Danish parliament provide protection against vehicle attacks without negating the public’s ability to congregate and enjoy of this vital civic space.
âCHRIS MCGEE, LAM ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
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