Stephen Taylor and Pepijn Nolet

Unit 9

City of multiple efforts by Jack Mutton

City within City / Windows within

Most unplanned cities, of which London is a spectacular example, are made up of multiple efforts either by individuals or social groups, corporate bodies, housing associations and developers. Generations of occupants settle and appropriate the fabric to which they can afford. From the Huguenots in late Seventeenth Century Spitalfields to the present-day Bangladeshi communities around Brick Lane who bring further characterisation to these urban enclaves.

Unit 9 worked on three sites in East London, both at a city scale and that of architectural fragments, considering the relationship that these scales of architectural concern have between each other.


Details

Course Professional Diploma in Architecture RIBA Part 2

Images

City room

By James McNeil

Housing & workshops

By Laura Evans

A good room - the focus of a new campus for The City Law School

By Peter Croft

Room with a view

By Peter North

View of courtyard

By Karl Eriksson

Site north of Hoxton Square

By Robyn Jones

North of Hoxton Square - courtyard

By Michael Vale

Students

Jack Mutton
James McNeil
Laura Evans
Peter Croft
Peter North
Karl Eriksson
Robyn Jones
Michael Vale