BIG CAPITAL

We all need a place to live, but in London – and now much of the UK – housing is a financial asset rather than a basic right.
Who is this city for?

'Fierce, incisive, important. Anyone who lives or works in a building should read this book.' 

Will Self

MRes

READING THE NEOLIBERAL CITY

 Full time or Part-time Course

The course addresses the politics of the city and the relationship between architecture and neoliberal forms of control asking the question ‘Who is the city for?’

 

While the course is located within UEL’s 

architecture school, we welcome applicants from different backgrounds and disciplines.

I'm a regular contributor to the Guardian writing for the Opinion pages and the Society section.