Shaelena Morley & Manijeh Verghese
To live in London is a question of pace. Here today, gone tomorrow, the city is constantly changing to the point where if you listen closely you might almost hear the thrum of its vibrant rhythm. With London’s quick step, we city dwellers have the fortune of the unexpected surprise, that serendipity of a new pop-up cafe, cinema or bar just around the corner. This year, we have the Olympics – a strange architectural creature whose silhouette has appeared on the eastern horizon, seemingly out of nowhere, like one of the pop-up books many of us played with as children.