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The projects were driven by the Seven Cardinal Sins - pride, greed, lust, envy, gluttony, wrath and sloth. Appositely composed of seven innocuous-seeming projects (Kiss + Tell, Double or Quits, Arena, Epicurean, Twentyfourseven, Sodom + Gomorrah, Tonic), they began to question the traditional canon of building typologies. It suggested the possibility that sin may not be intent or outcome, but a spatial relative. Or at the very least be formed and facilitated by an infrastructure of vice. Part manifesto, part design and part narrative, the projects reflected the ambiguous and ill-defined nature of their unseen protagonist, playing with our prejudices and preconceptions. They combined the sublime with the ridiculous, the biblical with cyberspace, the immutability of age-old sin with modern-day communications technology. Output: Authored Book; 'Sins + Other Spatial Relatives' (Ind-E 8 Publishing London, 2000) ISBN 0-9527551-1-4, 248pp
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