Books that propose alternative forms of city-making and architecture: all 40% off until the end of September.
Who are our cities for? A reading list on the geography of inequality, the politics of cities and planning and the fights for more just and sustainable urban environments.
Rory Olcayto on why politics must come before the work of architects or urban designers to bring about the changes we need in our cities.
An excerpt from What Comes Up: The Right and Wrongs to the City.
Key reading on our cities and the geography of inequality, politics, and identity.