Once notorious as the heartland of South London’s underworld, Brixton now finds itself infamous for it’s opinion-dividing regeneration. Dubbed a ’24-hour crack den’ by the Met police in 2002, just a decade later it became a ‘postcode en vogue’.
The Barbican is notorious for its brutalist architecture – a stark and imposing structure, it conjures up images of high rise tower blocks and impersonal slabs of grey.
Welcome to our roving reporter Abi, a 2nd year Geography student at King’s College London and SOAS..”I am particularly interested in the urban environment, the forthcoming blog posts will provide a wider look at our hometown London as a point of inspiration for the interior design process”
“My Precious”….this was the headline to an article in the Sunday Times Style magazine last week. It was a lighthearted write up with anecdotal pieces from AA Gill,
Just over 4 weeks until Christmas and London is already building up the Christmas spirit, with some very gorgeous festive lights going up to put everyone in the mood.
WHAT LONDON WAS LIKE 20 ODD YEARS AGO…
I recently told someone I was a Londoner born and bred and had only spent 7 years of my life out of the city.