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James Gordon

STUDENT

James studied at the University of Liverpool. His final project, Neo-Monasticism looked into the future housing crisis in London caused by the possible effects of automation. While studying he became interested in the housing crisis of cities through banal typologies which led to the research being exhibited at the 2019 São Paulo Biennial. James is currently working at Squire and Partners where he will stay during his practice placement at the LSA.