spaces for solitude


PRIVACY is carefully guarded by people eating their sandwich lunches, drinking their coffees and smoking their cigarettes in St. Dunstan’s in the East, a former church and now garden in London’s financial district. It is a place where eye contact and conversation are painstakingly avoided, despite the physical proximity.

‘Spaces for Solitude’ takes its cue from the everyday habits of the people using St. Dunstan’s, transforming it into spaces in which to ‘lose yourself’, to ‘find yourself’, and in which to ‘master yourself’.