Journal, magazine, and newspaper articles can provide some of the most up-to-date information on your topic. Journals consist mostly of articles written by scholars and researchers, reporting in detail on their original research, and are "peer reviewed" by other experts before they’re published. Most are published by professional or academic organizations. Journals are published regularly, like magazines, but most magazine articles provide more basic information, and are written for the general public. Articles in architecture magazines and journals may provide photographs, drawings, and details of buildings and other built works not found in books or online.
QUICKSEARCH TIP: Since the majority of architecture publications are considered magazines, be sure to remove the defaults in Quicksearch "journal article" and "scholarly publications" so that articles in those types of publications will appear in your search. (Quicksearch is the main search box on the library homepage.)