The Architecture of Money
Analysing Urban Consumption


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> A walk on the City’s spatial creation, mechanism of money flow, and architectural functionality in the 21st Mega-century, which looked at the major commercial buildings that house the world’s financial capital and the medieval street pattern that accommodates them. This walk, which was part of the Culture Capital Exchange, started at St. Paul’s tube station and end at Aldgate Station, enabled participants to analyse the new architecture of consumption – the commercial vernaculars – which serves as an ideal form of efficiency, utility, and flexibility for design applications.

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