Studio Ëpp has created a series of audio guide walking routes inspired by interviews with residents in Kennington and Vauxhall, South London.
The London-based studio interviewed local people connected to the areas and asked them about places of interest, with each interview being turned into a digital walking guide.
Some of the featured interviewees include Elizabeth Scott, who set up an architectural practice with her late husband at their home on Cleaver Square in 1951, and Osho who runs The Osho Gallery on Lambeth Walk, which specialises in black history and music education.
Studio Ëpp has also created the identity for the navigational tool, featuring a simple double “M” logotype and a colour palette of pink, blue, black, white and grey.
An exhibition of the studio’s map designs was displayed at Durning Library in Kennington.
Memory Maps SE11 audio guides and exhibition ran as part of the London Festival of Architecture from 23-30 June 2017.