Tag Archives: london

Idle Minds

If you’re into games and architecture, come to the V&A Friday night.

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White Noise

Last month I had the chance to co-edit one of my favourite urbanism sites, the London-based White Noise. It’s probably best to have a look and see what catches your eye but there’s a piece on post-apocalyptic London, an interview … Continue reading

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LSE Talk

Thanks to everyone who came to our utopian/future cities talk at the London School of Economics. Thanks also to the organisers and the panel (Dr Matthew Beaumont, Professor Rachel Cooper and Professor Richard Sennett). I really enjoyed it. Here’s a … Continue reading

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‘Imaginary Cities’ Book Launch

Waterstones Piccadilly, London will be hosting the launch of Imaginary Cities on Wednesday 22nd July 19:00. It’ll be free of course but please RSVP by email: piccadilly@waterstones.com There’ll be a Q&A, book signing, drinks (I think) and I’ll give a … Continue reading

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London Calling

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Up-Pop

Excited to be talking at the London Festival of Architecture (Up-Pop at the Swedenborg Society in Bloomsbury) on the 18th of June. Full details here. Hope to see some of you there. Here’s the press release:

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Arghhhhh Melody

I think I forgot to go to my book-launch, if there was one (my fault not Bloomsbury’s), but I will make it to something resembling my book’s crash-landing, in Rough Trade, off Brick Lane in London this Thursday at 7pm. … Continue reading

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