As part of a residency for The AF Project Space, the London-based architects We Made That ran The Open Office, a lively practice for urbanism in the hear of Southwark. Operating on a walk-in basis, The Open Office was part ‘Citizens Urban Advice Bureau’, part functioning practice. It offered a forum for public discussions about cities, planning, architecture and communities, in the particular context of the 2011 Localism Act in England. 

Studio B. co-founder Zoë Berman participated in the residency, contributing to the 100 Outreach Ideas Programme, that offered creative ways for engaging people living and working in the area of Somerstown, to begin discussions around urban issues.