NESS is a printed magazine on architecture, life, and urban culture. With it, we want to address various new ways of thinking about the built environment and singular phenomena while expanding and transforming ways of dialoguing. Our first issue includes a series of conversations between Stan Allen and Jesus Vassallo, Mimi Zeiger and Enrique Ramirez, Emanuel Christ and Camilo Restrepo, Sharon Johnston and Florencia Rodriguez and also features SO IL, Bruther, and Detroit among others. NESS embodies Lots of architecture publisher’s mission and spirit by addressing new ways of thinking about the built environment and singular phenomena. We are in continual dialogue with provocative designers, users, developers, and thinkers, to expand and diversify our conversations and to be open to new visions and ideas.