Biennale bites: BDP's writer in residence makes a People Poem

BDP's writer in residence, Theresa Shiban, asked 100 people for a word about architecture and put them together to make a People Poem. Read the poem in full and Zoë Blackler's interview where she discovers what a poet and playwright can learn from architects.

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