Patrick Tanguay was one of the original 'mind behind' The Alpine Review, co-editor and subsequently editor-at-large. He is a creative generalist on a constant quest for information—always reading, researching and connecting. He’s interested in the disruption of everything, in the rise of open and in understanding the shifts our world is undergoing. He publishes the awesome Sentiers weekly newsletter.LINK
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The pair sat down with Patrick Tanguay (PT), Editor-at-large of The Alpine Review, to chat about gentrification, the ways Berlin has changed over the last fifteen years, and whether affordable cities destroy ambition.
Patrick Tanguay, editor-at-large of The Alpine Review, sat down with the pair to talk about managing relationships on social media, the benefits of drunk tweeting, and the increasing intimacy of social communication.
Responsible design requires thinking ahead, outside of the realm of today’s definition of normalcy, and bravely facing the risks head-on. Anab Jain of Superflux shares her curiosity for the near-future, superdensity and the power of suspended disbelief.
The distance has been breached. The physical world we inhabit and the digital world we created are now touching and becoming one. Where the overlap is most pronounced, on the foremost edges, people are making things, rekindling the old, creating the new, all enabled by an interconnected world.
To follow is easy, to surpass demands more. Our editor Patrick Tanguay looks at some of the areas we focused on in our quest to make The Alpine Review returns.
Launching a print publication is as daunting as it is enlightening. Looking back on the process and looking forward to the future, our editor, Patrick Tanguay, explains the common threads woven into The Alpine Review.