Author: Freddie Ardley


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020

freddieardley:

Read the Spring 2020 issue of Citizen Magazine online for free

Dear Friends,

Today sees the launch of the new issue of Citizen, the quarterly magazine for everybody engaged with the challenge of shaping and improving the city.

The new issue showcases proposals to transform the contemporary city, discusses the potential for co-ordinated collective action against both COVID-19 and climate change, and explores the power of capital and ethical investment to transform citizens’ lives.

Incisive criticism and commentary is complemented by specially commissioned photography by Freddie Ardley, original poetry by LionHeart, and illustrations by Thomas Demand.

Edited by Isabel Allen and designed by Simon Esterson, Citizen is the first venture from the LSA’s publishing arm. Its aim is to champion, challenge and develop ideas that build on the school’s mission – to allow people living in cities to have more fulfilled and more sustainable lives.

In this issue you can find 136 pages of essential opinions and propositions, including:
Peter Bishop on how the pandemic will change society and the city
—Social media campaigner Finn Harries on the need to transform education
Amanda Baillieu on the economic crisis caused by COVID-19
— The new breed of Ethical Investors with social and environmental goals
— Proposals for London by the generation that will inherit the city
— Professor Jem Bendell on how to adapt to the climate catastrophe
— Remembering Michael Sorkin, with Anthony Vidler and friends
Peter Buchanan’s essential reading for the post-pandemic world
— Fiction from Lev Bratishenko
— Poetry from LionHeart
— And much, much more…

Citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020

freddieardley:

Read the Spring 2020 issue of Citizen Magazine online for free

Dear Friends,

Today sees the launch of the new issue of Citizen, the quarterly magazine for everybody engaged with the challenge of shaping and improving the city.

The new issue showcases proposals to transform the contemporary city, discusses the potential for co-ordinated collective action against both COVID-19 and climate change, and explores the power of capital and ethical investment to transform citizens’ lives.

Incisive criticism and commentary is complemented by specially commissioned photography by Freddie Ardley, original poetry by LionHeart, and illustrations by Thomas Demand.

Edited by Isabel Allen and designed by Simon Esterson, Citizen is the first venture from the LSA’s publishing arm. Its aim is to champion, challenge and develop ideas that build on the school’s mission – to allow people living in cities to have more fulfilled and more sustainable lives.

In this issue you can find 136 pages of essential opinions and propositions, including:
Peter Bishop on how the pandemic will change society and the city
—Social media campaigner Finn Harries on the need to transform education
Amanda Baillieu on the economic crisis caused by COVID-19
— The new breed of Ethical Investors with social and environmental goals
— Proposals for London by the generation that will inherit the city
— Professor Jem Bendell on how to adapt to the climate catastrophe
— Remembering Michael Sorkin, with Anthony Vidler and friends
Peter Buchanan’s essential reading for the post-pandemic world
— Fiction from Lev Bratishenko
— Poetry from LionHeart
— And much, much more…

Citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020

freddieardley:

Read the Spring 2020 issue of Citizen Magazine online for free

Dear Friends,

Today sees the launch of the new issue of Citizen, the quarterly magazine for everybody engaged with the challenge of shaping and improving the city.

The new issue showcases proposals to transform the contemporary city, discusses the potential for co-ordinated collective action against both COVID-19 and climate change, and explores the power of capital and ethical investment to transform citizens’ lives.

Incisive criticism and commentary is complemented by specially commissioned photography by Freddie Ardley, original poetry by LionHeart, and illustrations by Thomas Demand.

Edited by Isabel Allen and designed by Simon Esterson, Citizen is the first venture from the LSA’s publishing arm. Its aim is to champion, challenge and develop ideas that build on the school’s mission – to allow people living in cities to have more fulfilled and more sustainable lives.

In this issue you can find 136 pages of essential opinions and propositions, including:
Peter Bishop on how the pandemic will change society and the city
—Social media campaigner Finn Harries on the need to transform education
Amanda Baillieu on the economic crisis caused by COVID-19
— The new breed of Ethical Investors with social and environmental goals
— Proposals for London by the generation that will inherit the city
— Professor Jem Bendell on how to adapt to the climate catastrophe
— Remembering Michael Sorkin, with Anthony Vidler and friends
Peter Buchanan’s essential reading for the post-pandemic world
— Fiction from Lev Bratishenko
— Poetry from LionHeart
— And much, much more…

Citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020

freddieardley:

Read the Spring 2020 issue of Citizen Magazine online for free

Dear Friends,

Today sees the launch of the new issue of Citizen, the quarterly magazine for everybody engaged with the challenge of shaping and improving the city.

The new issue showcases proposals to transform the contemporary city, discusses the potential for co-ordinated collective action against both COVID-19 and climate change, and explores the power of capital and ethical investment to transform citizens’ lives.

Incisive criticism and commentary is complemented by specially commissioned photography by Freddie Ardley, original poetry by LionHeart, and illustrations by Thomas Demand.

Edited by Isabel Allen and designed by Simon Esterson, Citizen is the first venture from the LSA’s publishing arm. Its aim is to champion, challenge and develop ideas that build on the school’s mission – to allow people living in cities to have more fulfilled and more sustainable lives.

In this issue you can find 136 pages of essential opinions and propositions, including:
Peter Bishop on how the pandemic will change society and the city
—Social media campaigner Finn Harries on the need to transform education
Amanda Baillieu on the economic crisis caused by COVID-19
— The new breed of Ethical Investors with social and environmental goals
— Proposals for London by the generation that will inherit the city
— Professor Jem Bendell on how to adapt to the climate catastrophe
— Remembering Michael Sorkin, with Anthony Vidler and friends
Peter Buchanan’s essential reading for the post-pandemic world
— Fiction from Lev Bratishenko
— Poetry from LionHeart
— And much, much more…

Citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020

freddieardley:

Read the Spring 2020 issue of Citizen Magazine online for free

Dear Friends,

Today sees the launch of the new issue of Citizen, the quarterly magazine for everybody engaged with the challenge of shaping and improving the city.

The new issue showcases proposals to transform the contemporary city, discusses the potential for co-ordinated collective action against both COVID-19 and climate change, and explores the power of capital and ethical investment to transform citizens’ lives.

Incisive criticism and commentary is complemented by specially commissioned photography by Freddie Ardley, original poetry by LionHeart, and illustrations by Thomas Demand.

Edited by Isabel Allen and designed by Simon Esterson, Citizen is the first venture from the LSA’s publishing arm. Its aim is to champion, challenge and develop ideas that build on the school’s mission – to allow people living in cities to have more fulfilled and more sustainable lives.

In this issue you can find 136 pages of essential opinions and propositions, including:
Peter Bishop on how the pandemic will change society and the city
—Social media campaigner Finn Harries on the need to transform education
Amanda Baillieu on the economic crisis caused by COVID-19
— The new breed of Ethical Investors with social and environmental goals
— Proposals for London by the generation that will inherit the city
— Professor Jem Bendell on how to adapt to the climate catastrophe
— Remembering Michael Sorkin, with Anthony Vidler and friends
Peter Buchanan’s essential reading for the post-pandemic world
— Fiction from Lev Bratishenko
— Poetry from LionHeart
— And much, much more…

Citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020

freddieardley:

Read the Spring 2020 issue of Citizen Magazine online for free

Dear Friends,

Today sees the launch of the new issue of Citizen, the quarterly magazine for everybody engaged with the challenge of shaping and improving the city.

The new issue showcases proposals to transform the contemporary city, discusses the potential for co-ordinated collective action against both COVID-19 and climate change, and explores the power of capital and ethical investment to transform citizens’ lives.

Incisive criticism and commentary is complemented by specially commissioned photography by Freddie Ardley, original poetry by LionHeart, and illustrations by Thomas Demand.

Edited by Isabel Allen and designed by Simon Esterson, Citizen is the first venture from the LSA’s publishing arm. Its aim is to champion, challenge and develop ideas that build on the school’s mission – to allow people living in cities to have more fulfilled and more sustainable lives.

In this issue you can find 136 pages of essential opinions and propositions, including:
Peter Bishop on how the pandemic will change society and the city
—Social media campaigner Finn Harries on the need to transform education
Amanda Baillieu on the economic crisis caused by COVID-19
— The new breed of Ethical Investors with social and environmental goals
— Proposals for London by the generation that will inherit the city
— Professor Jem Bendell on how to adapt to the climate catastrophe
— Remembering Michael Sorkin, with Anthony Vidler and friends
Peter Buchanan’s essential reading for the post-pandemic world
— Fiction from Lev Bratishenko
— Poetry from LionHeart
— And much, much more…

Citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020

Read the Spring 2020 issue of Citizen Magazine online for free

Dear Friends,

Today sees the launch of the new issue of Citizen, the quarterly magazine for everybody engaged with the challenge of shaping and improving the city.

The new issue showcases proposals to transform the contemporary city, discusses the potential for co-ordinated collective action against both COVID-19 and climate change, and explores the power of capital and ethical investment to transform citizens’ lives.

Incisive criticism and commentary is complemented by specially commissioned photography by Freddie Ardley, original poetry by LionHeart, and illustrations by Thomas Demand.

Edited by Isabel Allen and designed by Simon Esterson, Citizen is the first venture from the LSA’s publishing arm. Its aim is to champion, challenge and develop ideas that build on the school’s mission – to allow people living in cities to have more fulfilled and more sustainable lives.

In this issue you can find 136 pages of essential opinions and propositions, including:
Peter Bishop on how the pandemic will change society and the city
—Social media campaigner Finn Harries on the need to transform education
Amanda Baillieu on the economic crisis caused by COVID-19
— The new breed of Ethical Investors with social and environmental goals
— Proposals for London by the generation that will inherit the city
— Professor Jem Bendell on how to adapt to the climate catastrophe
— Remembering Michael Sorkin, with Anthony Vidler and friends
Peter Buchanan’s essential reading for the post-pandemic world
— Fiction from Lev Bratishenko
— Poetry from LionHeart
— And much, much more…

Citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020

freddieardley:

Spring 2020

A new quarterly magazine for everybody engaged in the challenge of creating the future city. Published by the London School of Architecture.

The magazine is put together by a team of highly-experienced and award-winning editors, journalists and designers with contributions from leaders at the forefront of policy, finance, development, architecture, urbanism and academia as well from students and staff from the LSA.

The latest edition of the magazine is out now and free to read

www.citizen-mag.org

Follow @Citizen-Mag for the latest on Architecture and Cities


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020

freddieardley:

Spring 2020

A new quarterly magazine for everybody engaged in the challenge of creating the future city. Published by the London School of Architecture.

The magazine is put together by a team of highly-experienced and award-winning editors, journalists and designers with contributions from leaders at the forefront of policy, finance, development, architecture, urbanism and academia as well from students and staff from the LSA.

The latest edition of the magazine is out now and free to read

www.citizen-mag.org

Follow @Citizen-Mag for the latest on Architecture and Cities


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020


https://www.citizen-mag.org/spring2020

freddieardley:

Spring 2020

A new quarterly magazine for everybody engaged in the challenge of creating the future city. Published by the London School of Architecture.

The magazine is put together by a team of highly-experienced and award-winning editors, journalists and designers with contributions from leaders at the forefront of policy, finance, development, architecture, urbanism and academia as well from students and staff from the LSA.

The latest edition of the magazine is out now and free to read

www.citizen-mag.org

Follow @Citizen-Mag for the latest on Architecture and Cities