The Retail Line unites London's most iconic piece of infrastructure with investment from its landmark retailers to create new experiences of the city and affordable opportunities for small businesses.
In the concluding part of Nicholas Jewell's essay on the infrastructure, we look at Los Angeles, the death of our buildings and the architect's ego.
In the first instalment of a two-part essay on the infrastructure of cities, Associate Director Nicholas Jewell explores the influence of architectural great, Corbusier, and his vision of the 'City of Tomorrow'.
As technology changes the need for physical proximity in the workspace, the question of what office ‘space’ means is one that must undergo a comprehensive re-evaluation. This ongoing study explores – though design and theory – the cultural, economic, practical, social, technological and temporal dimensions of the office.