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Check out the LSA’s first ever publication

The London School of Architecture Arrives in Soho: spread showing the Le Gun drawings workshop
The London School of Architecture Arrives in Soho: spread showing the Le Gun drawings workshop
Drawing exploring identity and boundary in Soho by Rachel Bow, Raphael Arthur and Roel Shiffers
Drawing exploring identity and boundary in Soho by Rachel Bow, Raphael Arthur and Roel Shiffers
Proposal by Nicholas Keen for the Crossrail station that recreates the experience of Soho's intricate streets as you reach the ground level
Proposal by Nicholas Keen that blends the experience of Soho’s intricate streets with the infrastructural scale of Crossrail

In May 2016, the London School of Architecture published its first book. The publication brings together the first term’s endeavours from our trailblazing cohort of students. It features ten chapters on thematic issues that have shaped Soho, followed by propositions for how the neighbourhood may develop in the future

 

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Front cover, by student by Raphael Arthur
Front cover, by LSA student Raphael Arthur