this new co-living space is the dystopian symptom of a london failing young people
We snuck in for a tour of a new co-living space in Willesden Green, where for £1000 a month, you can live in a weird, comfy fantasy world. In a city where people feel priced out, isolated and directionless, Co-Living offers an antidote – a cosy...
uncovering the impact behind redeveloping the peckham multi-storey carpark
In five years time, Southwark Council plan to demolish the multi-story car park in the middle of Peckham, South East London. Before then they're handing it over to the developers behind Pop Brixton. Is it the final nail in the coffin for Peckham's...
newhive is the new platform for post internet art
We speak to the curator behind a platform bringing post internet art to the masses.