Social anxiety led him to introversion and silence. The brutalist architecture of London’s Barbican Estate inspired his liberation in poetry.
An interior designer examines how emotions and cognitive activity influenced her designs, and argues that spaces reflect the people within.
Novelist JJ Bola on being a refugee with a British passport and what that placenessless means for a search for identity.
Salma El-Wardany tells of the fight to reclaim spaces for women in the mosque and further afield.
About the editor
Rhael ‘LionHeart’ Cape
LionHeart is a TEDx speaker, international spoken-word performer and author of the poetry collection ‘The Mute’s Rebellion’. He is the first poet-in-residence at Grimshaw Architects and The Building Centre, and explores architecture and poetry’s relationship in a research project on emotional inhabitancy.