Category Archives: Spring 2014

Material from 2013-2014 course

Seating in London​

In a never-sleeping metropolis like London, the traveling journeys are becoming significant parts of the everyday life of the citizens. There are around three million commuters that use public transport in order to get to work and study places, or

Seating in London​

In a never-sleeping metropolis like London, the traveling journeys are becoming significant parts of the everyday life of the citizens. There are around three million commuters that use public transport in order to get to work and study places, or

South Bank | Smart Cities and Santander Cycles

By: Sarah Dixon and Linus Wong The idea of public bicycles first arose from the Situationists’ White Bicycle Programme as a way to sabotage the state and challenge the concept of private ownership. This anarchist group stole bicycles in Amsterdam,

South Bank | Smart Cities and Santander Cycles

By: Sarah Dixon and Linus Wong The idea of public bicycles first arose from the Situationists’ White Bicycle Programme as a way to sabotage the state and challenge the concept of private ownership. This anarchist group stole bicycles in Amsterdam,

Resaturants in Camden and Mayfair

During this walk we discovered and analysed the restuarnt scene within different parts of Lodnon. We have found that the types of cusine in both areas is highly different. Furthermore, the usage of technology in both areas is highly unique.

Resaturants in Camden and Mayfair

During this walk we discovered and analysed the restuarnt scene within different parts of Lodnon. We have found that the types of cusine in both areas is highly different. Furthermore, the usage of technology in both areas is highly unique.

A look at public behaviour in a public space

For the fieldwork this week we had to observe the behaviour of people in public space. One aspect of this we thought it would be interesting to tackle the way people interact a square. The square we decided to look

A look at public behaviour in a public space

For the fieldwork this week we had to observe the behaviour of people in public space. One aspect of this we thought it would be interesting to tackle the way people interact a square. The square we decided to look

collective memory. open to outsiders?

Spiro Kostof described the street as a communal register ‘safeguarding continuities of culture and place that make us as street users older than our age and infinitely wiser than out natural talents’. I found this idea of collective memory and

collective memory. open to outsiders?

Spiro Kostof described the street as a communal register ‘safeguarding continuities of culture and place that make us as street users older than our age and infinitely wiser than out natural talents’. I found this idea of collective memory and

Geocaching in London

Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS. Participants can navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location. Geolocating  Geocachers need to enter the coordinates of

Geocaching in London

Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS. Participants can navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location. Geolocating  Geocachers need to enter the coordinates of

Going Deeper- More about the London Underground

Following our experiences on the tube described in the first blog post titled ‘A look into the underground’, I decided to look a bit more into what other people said and thought of the tube and its gloomy inhabitants. Unsurprisingly,

Going Deeper- More about the London Underground

Following our experiences on the tube described in the first blog post titled ‘A look into the underground’, I decided to look a bit more into what other people said and thought of the tube and its gloomy inhabitants. Unsurprisingly,