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The Architecture of Reconnection: Walthamstow Wetlands

The Architecture of Reconnection: Walthamstow Wetlands

12 July 2019

For 150 years, a space three times the size of Disneyland has sat, seemingly desolate, in the heart of London. Generally considered as 'off-limits' by locals, the Walthamstow reservoirs instilled a ‘keep out’ culture through their...

The Architecture of Hope: Maggie's Centre, Oldham

The Architecture of Hope: Maggie's Centre, Oldham

17 September 2019

In the corridor of an NHS hospital in Edinburgh a big idea was born. It would change the type of care given and support received for anyone affected by cancer. Maggie Keswick Jencks was given three months to live and then asked...

Can design save our coastal towns?

Can design save our coastal towns?

7 November 2019

When the fishing port of Amble lost one of its major employers, we worked with the local community to repurpose its existing resources so the area could still thrive. By keeping more of their daily catch in the town itself,...