Perambulation Nº10—A Walking Guide to Modernist Housing in Shoreditch to Victoria Park, East London
The route covers much of Bethnal Green, an area in the East End of London that suffered from extensive bomb damage and slum housing. The post-war drive for urban renewal saw its council commission the most avant-garde architects to solve the housing problem, including Denys Lasdun and Berthold Lubetkin. They produced some of the best examples of Modernist housing.
The folded guide comprises a map on one side with a detailed walking route on the reverse.
Flat size: 258 ✕ 364 mm, folded size: 258 ✕ 122 mm
Printed on 150gsm FSC certified paper
Printed litho in 2 colours using plant-based inks
Illustration: Jay Cover
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