This project used a mix of ethnographic and urban analysis to map and narrate the value and significance of businesses in the wider London urban context and economy. We focused on the businesses of the Camley Street and Cedar Way Industrial Estate, located to the north of Kings Cross. This area is currently targeted for future development and the businesses located there have been campaigning for an inclusive development that takes their role and value into account. This project embedded itself into the life and working of a business and its employees to reveal the life of an unknown London economy.
I worked on this project during my masters in urban design and city planning at The Bartlett, UCL.