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As you can imagine, we’re all in favour of all things monothematic – and New York-based architecture publication Clog is a more than welcome addition to the club. Published twice a year, every issue is themed around a particular key topic relevant to architecture, be it Miami, Brutalism or the architectural legacy of the Guggenheim art corporation.

One of our favourites is simply titled Rem, offering a circular approach to the master architect with plenty of short essays by and interviews with collaborators, critics and admirers alike. It draws a rounded, personal picture of Koolhaas without ever really talking to the man himself, which symbolises perfectly the mystery surrounding his persona. All in all, Clog is a beautifully designed, well thought-through and perfectly executed title, and interesting well beyond architectural concerns.