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More Follows …

Our show More Follows, charting the work so far in Rendezvous Projects’ Lightboxes and Lettering, opens at SPACE in Mare Street E8 next Thursday! Come and see what’s happening with our project on print in east London. Advertisements

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More Follows…

This is the interim exhibition for Rendezvous’s Lightboxes and Lettering project, that Lucy Harrison and I have been working on since April. The show at SPACE in Hackney includes some of the oral history material we’ve gathered in interviews plus … Continue reading

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Neo-classical for now

Students at the V+A on Friday.

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Writingplace Journal *2

I’m delighted to have an article included in the new issue of Writingplace: Inscriptions: Tracing Place. History and Memory in Architectural en Literary Practice. The journal ‘focuses on the role of history and memory in literary and architectural practice. It brings … Continue reading

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UNESCO Event in Tehran on World Architecture Today

It’s World Architecture Day today! I was asked by Sinan Pakand of University of Tehran if I could participate in an event he’s involved with in conjunction with the UNESCO office in Tehran. I met Sinand about seven years ago when … Continue reading

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Uncommon Exhibition

The book Uncommon Building, edited by Honor Gavin and Adam Kaasa, has now been selected to be part of an exhibition Making Space: Art and Architecture on the representation of architecture in art, at University of Derby, 1 August to 22 … Continue reading

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Temple Press and the London Metropolitan Archive

This week, as part of the Lightboxes and Lettering project that Rendezvous Projects is running, we went with our volunteer group for an introductory session at the London Metropolitan Archive. There, we had a really interesting talk and tour of the … Continue reading

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