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Architects Journal
Fiona Scott

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  • Venice preview: Gort Scott


    Thames to Tooting
  • Designing For London: Fiona Scott


    Reframing London’s arterial high road
  • Don't think like an architect - Fiona Scott


    Our penultimate ‘crit’ took place recently in the floor-to-ceiling glass meeting room on 7th floor Palestra:  seven tired, over-stretched “scholars” and “mentors”, and the surreal sonic backdrop of an ongoing fire announcement asking us to “please leave the building via the nearest fire exit” over and over again for 2 hours  (as opposed to the nearest window presumably).
  • A broken stereotype of suburbia - Fiona Scott


    We celebrate City Centres as places where you collide with strangers and strangeness in a varied and sometimes chaotic environment.
  • High Street Suburbia Highs and Lows - Fiona Scott


    How can we describe that, which on the surface of it, doesn’t stand out, impress, or in any way call attention to itself? I’m talking about a length of Suburban High Street east of Ilford
  • Stringy or Blobby? Fiona Scott


    It has been a cold winter, and I can testify to this because I froze my arse off on a number of slightly bewildering geography-project type experiments I found myself performing along the High Road from Ilford to Chadwell Heath.
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