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Ashington House Project

Ashington House, part of Bethnal Green (Tower Hamlets – London), is as brutalist as it comes. With concrete buttresses, jaunty angles, and built for social housing, this House is truly one of a kind. Built by the architect Moffat in the 1950s, this building was condemned in 2017 with demolition due in 2023.
As I learned about this news, I knew I had to preserve this wonder in one way or another. So over the last few months, I’ve been developing a full virtual tour of the building, complete with drone shots and 360 videos, as well as capturing audio. I aim to make this tour as fully immersive as possible and will continue perfecting it into the winter months.

Epping Forest

Epping Forest

Just twenty minutes on the overground, I find myself in Epping forest.

Haggerston Park

Haggerston Park

Haggerston Park in East London is on the ground that used to belong to a large farm, some of which remains a working farm to this day (something unusual for central London). Now, it’s used recreationally, with an old wall being built around its perimeter. For the best views of the park, climb the old brick balcony which gives great views and is a perfect spot to sunbathel