The four chosen designers this year are James Christian, Ilona Gaynor, Torsten Sherwood and Patrick Stevenson-Keating. Each of them has developed a bespoke project in response to the theme. James Christian is disrupting housing with his re-examination of Victorian dwelling models, which he will use to project a series of hypothetical contemporary housing systems in comic book form. Torsten Sherwood is interested in the power of play, promising a new type of building toy that offers would-be young architects a more dynamic method of den construction than the standard wooden brick. Ilona Gaynor wants to reappoint the courtroom as a television studio in order to ensnare the visitor in a Miss Marple-style narrative. A variety of maps, models and other props encourage the audience to questions the vagaries of our complex judicial system. Lastly, Patrick Stevenson-Keating wants us to evaluate our measurement of value in an investigation into finical technologies; provocations include a new currency and a working cash machine.