Charles Holland, best known for designing the iconic A House for Essex with Grayson Perry as part of FAT, explores the Arts and Crafts movement in the inner city, with a cycling route from Soho to Chelsea.
What is the future of work?Maria Lisogorskaya, founding member of Turner Prize winning collective Assemble explores a variety of productive spaces through London's past, present, and future.
Siufan AdeyandAmanda Maud take a forensic walk around Limehouse, uncovering traces of London's forgotten original Chinatown.
In the first ever retrospective ofGeorge Finch's work, Kate Macintoshconsiders his legacy and the context of socially engaged architecture today.
In the year after the Becontree Estate's centennial,Selasi Setufe, an architect working in the borough, explores the wider area's history and future.
Owen Hatherley, editor ofThe Alternative Guide to the London Boroughs considers Zaha Hadid's legacy in London – what was built, and what might have been?
And much more from writers including Neal Shasore, the new head of the London School of Architecture, the writerDouglas Murphyand academicRuth Lang.
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