Don't get tide down in apathy. Dive into our alternative beach reading and spend the summer dreaming about life after capitalism!
Despite the tragedy, the marginalisation of social housing and its occupants remain.
From the first ever council estate in Shoreditch, to Ernő Goldfinger's privatised masterpiece, these buildings represent one of the most important struggles of our times – the drive for decent housing for all.
In every major city in the world there is a housing crisis. How did this happen and what can we do about it?
Featuring books on migration, identity politics, the rise of right-wing populism and the struggles of 1968.
Key reading on our cities and the geography of inequality, politics, and identity.
Books that you probably won't find on your student reading lists this year, but should definitely be on your shelves! All 50% off for the month of September!
Our selected Architecture and Cities reading for the academic year ahead.