As well as visiting London to document our post-2012 comedown, the pair has also visited Athens, Beijing, Barcelona and Moscow, among other Olympian cities, for the Olympic City project.
On their travels, Hustwit and Pack have discovered Olympic sites that have sat unused for decades, some that are still being used and some that have been retrofitted and turned into houses, malls, churches – even prisons.
The Olympic City project is now being developed into a book, featuring around 200 photos and a foreword from New York Times architecture critic Michael Kimmelman.
Designed by Paul Sahre, the hardcover book is available in a limited run of 1000 copies.
Photos from the Olympic City project are also going on show at PowerHouse Arena in Dumbo, Brooklyn, New York, from 21 June-10 July.
For more information and to pre-order the Olympic City book, visit olympiccityproject.com.