Sunday selection: photography competition, Alaska and a love letter to London

london streets

Yesterday I truly geeked out at the Mapping the City exhibition at Somerset House, so much so that you’re getting a full on review this week. Then, because it’s January and nobody seems to have any money, we spent our fourth consecutive Saturday night in watching House of Cards. Stuff is actually going to happen in February, right?

On the plus side it has been an excellent week for content. I’ve read thousands of words and most of them have made a great read when placed together. So go and make yourself a strawberry tequila cocktail and settle down with a selection of good links:

Slumburbia, cities and the American dream

Winners and shortlisted candidates for the RICS Infrastructure photography competition (love the winning entry, Rita Testa’s Double Travel)

Fascinating look at the Alaskan town living under one roof

When it’s three o’clock in New York

Tiny home of the week

Another I hate to love love letter to London

Shelter take a look at the role of digital in housing advice

Book of the week: A love letter to the city. Anybody read it?

Have a great week,

Carla

P.S. You might like this post about street art in San Francisco

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