“The works are a novel take on an issue plaguing large parts of the population, offering alternative superior tenures. Wilke says that the “vessel is a habitable place”, somewhere that houses the body. A home to hold the future. A future where city architecture is planned with care for the public and social policies focus on cultural assimilation and housing equality in sustainable, environmentally friendly ways.” Will Clarke reviews Hanae Wilkes ‘Close Quarters’ at VITRINE London for FAD Magazine. Read more here.