• TREExOFFICE, Shoreditch

    A pop-up office has been created under a tree in Hoxton Square by Tate Harmer, challenging preconceptions of what an office should be.

  • A House for Essex by Grayson Perry and FAT Architecture

    Created by artist Grayson Perry in collaboration with FAT Architecture, A House for Essex is ‘a Taj Mahal on the Stour’, its interiors charting the life of Essex everywoman Julie Cope, and is her final resting place. Commissioned by Alain de Botton and joining Living Architecture’s portfolio of holiday lets, the building is not only FAT’s final work, but a suitably ‘bonkers’ addition to the north Essex landscape