Recently, co-founder of the Walbrook project Timothy Gale, wrote an article for a new student architecture journal at Syracuse University School of Architecture in the United States. The journal titled, ‘Pluralism’ is linked with a current conference at the school ‘Reclaiming Architecture‘. The journal’s focus is on the connection between ideas, design and action. Here is a link to the article: Pluralism. Also, co-founder Nilus Klingel participated in the publication design and writing.
The article is ‘London to Syracuse’ and explores the relationships, methods and modes of active public intervention in the role of architecture and how these ideas can be applied to any city – allowing all citizenry to partake in an activist approach to urban thinking and development.