Architectural Ironmongery Journal (AIJ)

The official journal of the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers

Architectural Ironmongery Journal (AIJ) is the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers’ quarterly journal. 

AIJ is the only title to cover this important sector of the building and construction industry.

Published four times a year, AIJ is distributed to named individuals who represent the senior management and buyers within architectural ironmongers and GAI members in the UK and overseas, and also goes to door hardware manufacturers, UK architects, specifiers and architectural technologists on the magazine’s mailing lists.

AIJ covers door hardware news from the UK and international branches of the GAI, alongside information on recent architectural projects of merit, industry appointments and new architectural ironmongery products. There are profiles of leading businesses in the sector, technical guidance and CPD features, opinion pieces, and reports on major events, awards and conferences within the sector.

AIJ contact details

Sales Manager: David Smith
Tel: 07703 532 605
[email protected]


Editor: Nicky Roger
Tel: 07704 336 835
[email protected]


Atom Publishing
Tel: 020 7490 5595


AIJ Media Pack

There are a wide range of commercial options available for advertisers in the AIJ.

Download the media pack.

Contact the AIJ sales team for further details.


AIJ Editorial Guidelines

Have you got a relevant news story, an opinion piece, or an idea for a technical or news feature? 

We welcome editorial submissions to the AIJ. Please read these guidelines first or contact the AIJ editor, Nicky Roger, for further details.

Download the AIJ Editorial Guidelines


AIJ is provided free of charge to all GAI members.

Subscription offers are available for any organisation that requires multiple copies.

Please contact the GAI for further details about AIJ subscriptions.


AIJ Advertising Guidelines

All advertising in AIJ is checked against a code of practice to ensure the highest standards of marketing integrity.

The code of practice relates to the making of claims of compliance with the many performance standards that now exist for architectural ironmongery products.

Download the AIJ Advertising Guidelines