What's coming in 2022?

  • 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 Adey and Amanda Maud take a forensic walk around Limehouse, uncovering traces of London's forgotten original Chinatown.
  • In the first ever retrospective of George Finch's work, Kate Macintosh considers 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 of The 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 writer Douglas Murphy and academic Ruth Lang.