Turncoats: Nuclear War

Turncoats: Nuclear War


Nuclear family homes are a retrogressive hangover from a failed consumerist individualistic project. Isolating, resource-intensive, and intrinsically enmeshed with a sexist division of labour reliant upon the subordination of women, they are an architectural tool of repression and social control. Knock them all down!

The Panel

    • Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino is an internet of things author and entrepreneur. She was the first UK distributor of the Arduino. Her projects pepper the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
    • Miranda Hall researches the digital economy, work and care at the New Economics Foundation and Common Wealth. She is setting up a childcare co-operative.
    • Lucy Watson is commissioning editor of architecture design at the Financial Times.
    • India Block is Assistant Editor of Dezeen.


Oxo Tower Wharf
Bargehouse Street
London SE1 9PH


Turncoats tickets are available at different prices depending on income. All tickets include vodka, beer and chaos.

Waged – £10. Got a job? Awesome. This is the ticket for you.
Solidarity – £15. Done part three? No longer renting? Earning above the median household income (£29,400). Good for you. Get this ticket.
Student – £8. Fear not, you'll more than make it back in the value of the free beer and vodka.
Volunteer – FREE. Want to volunteer on the night instead of getting a ticket? Drop hello@turncoats.uk a line and become a Turncoat.