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It’s a Dog’s Life The UK is limping out of recession, the buzzword is austerity and the population is living with a drop in disposal income. Against this backdrop “collaborative consumption” is on the rise.Swapping, bartering and lending are being … Continue reading
So here is what our students at London Met will mostly be doing over the next nine months. The Isle of Dogs Our primary site of investigation is The Isle of Dogs. The former island in the East End of London … Continue reading
The new term at London Met requires a new design brief for studio 2 (formally studio 10) as well as a new site: the Isle of Dogs. Watch this space for further details about this year’s course, including the location … Continue reading
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