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Global Encyclopedia of Women in Architecture

This is how Bloomsbury describe the forthcoming encyclopedia: ‘an ambitious and exciting challenge of The Bloomsbury Global Encyclopedia of Women in Architecture which aims to be the first comprehensive reference work on women in architecture, connecting globally the histories of … Continue reading

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New tides

Could it be the joys of spring perhaps or more likely the end of the teaching year drawing to a close? I’m awash with new projects I want to get going, as well as the old ones I want to … Continue reading

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New phase for Lightboxes + Lettering

We’re delighted to be starting the next phase of the Heritage Lottery-funded Lightboxes + Lettering project on the print industry in east London. The final show will be at the Nunnery gallery, Bow Arts in early 2020, with a programme … Continue reading

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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.

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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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