Tag: William Morris

From William Morris’ Walthamstow, to John Ball’s Colchester: how placemakers are co-opting the dead (CityMetric)

Heritage has long been a hot topic in the UK, expressed both in the love for old buildings and in the business of regeneration. Less attention has been…

Psychosocial relationships: William Morris, Walthamstow, and gentrification (Interurban Lines)

William Morris (1834-1896), noted designer and socialist, spent six years of his life, from the age of fourteen to twenty-two, in what is now the William Morris Gallery…

The William Morris Gallery, Lloyd Park, E17 (East London Mums)

At first glance, the newly refurbished (in 2012) William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow, East London, is an odd choice for a family-orientated review. The Gallery, dedicated to philanthropist…

Punk is dead, long live punk (E List)

Article published in the E List p.16-17.