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The Truth about Grenfell Tower: A report by Architects for Social Housing
On Thursday, 22 June, 2017, in response to the Grenfell Tower fire the previous week, Architects for Social Housing held an open meeting in the Residents Centre of Cotton Gardens estate in Lambeth. Around 80 people turned ...
Open Garden Estates
(Architects 4 Social Housing, 2016-06)
Open Garden Estates is an initiative for residents on council estates threatened with demolition. It is an opportunity for residents to open up their estate’s green areas, communal spaces and private gardens to the public, ...
The Good Practice Guide to Resisting Estate Demolition: ASH response to the GLA
Unfortunately it takes longer to unwrap a lie than it does to tie it with a pretty bow and sell it to ‘the People’, and the Greater London Authority’s Draft Good Practice Guide to Estate Regeneration, published in December ...
ASH exhibition at the ICA
From the 14-20 August ASH had a residency in the Upper Galleries of the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London. During the week we hosted several talks on aspects of London’s housing ‘crisis’, including a presentation ...
Knights Walk: Alternative to Demolition
Architects for Social Housing were asked by the residents of Knights Walk - a low rise part of a housing estate in Kennington, South London - to come up with alternatives to the demolition of their homes. Demolition for ...