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Views from the Trafalgar: How difficult it is to understand each other

Ed contributed a short chapter, Views from the Trafalgar, to the East of Eden book and a collage for the exhibition which were respectively edited and curated by Nic Clear.

East of Eden is a design research project that seeks to re-imagine three areas within the Royal Borough of Greenwich (East Greenwich, Greenwich Peninsula and Thamesmead) as case studies for the development of London in the 21st century. The project has involved the entire Department from year one to Masters and across all Architecture and Landscape programmes, the book contains contributions from students, staff and a range of external guests, including: the Rt Hon Nick Raynsford, local historian Mary Mills, resident and architectural critic Owen Hatherley, sculptor Richard Wilson, local resident and activist Ian Worley, and architectural practices with strong connections to the university: AHMM, ALL-Design, Barr Gazetas, John Lyall and Wilkinson Eyre.