A treasure trove. Selected projects from the archive of the John Entenza-helmed Arts & Architecture have been digitized and put online in anticipation of the reissue of the magazine in book form in 2008 by Taschen. The well-known Case Study home coverage is included - showing the first 15 years worth of the projects as they originally appeared. The rest are in process of being scanned and will be added.
In addition to the interest in a time capsule-like peek at the post war years of architecture, this is an amazing resource for graphic designers. The cover illustrations and typography are fantastic. Take a look at the archives here - we also recommend the essay found in the "About A&A" section by David Travers. (Via: Dwell)