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Shot over an intensive 12 month period, this is a photographic portrayal of abandoned buildings across the capital, showing an otherwise unseen side of city life. Like all urban areas, London had an established cycle of decay and renewal. However, with the 2012 Olympics and unprecedented foreign property investment, it has recently undergone the most ambitious redevelopment plan in its history. Now that the bulldozers and builders have transformed many of these locations, has it been worth it?

“Never before has vanity publishing led to such splendid publication.”
— Time Out

Please see details of the book here.