Tony Fretton's architecture practice is closer than most to the London art world. Dramatic and provisional, it contains a subversive sense of street art that seems inimical to architecture. A central concern is with the relationship between people and the material world. "Architecture, Experience and Thought" explores these themes in six recent buildings by Fretton (some completed, some frozen at proposal stage): the Sway Centre for Visual Arts, Quay Arts Centre, Laban Centre for Dance, Open Hand Studios and two houses. Critical assessements of the work are provided by Mark Cousins and Kenneth Frampton.