BACK IN STOCK Perambulation Nº15—Kentish Town to Camden, North London by Stefi Orazi
The bomb damage suffered in Kentish Town during World War II resulted in several infill housing schemes by both Camden Council and individual young architects, such as Richard Burton, Ted Cullinan and Tom Kay, who chose to build innovative and affordable homes for themselves.
This guide begins at Kentish Town Station and weaves its way to Camden, taking in notable buildings, as well as some lesser known gems such as the Corbusian houses designed by David Wild.
The guide comprises a map and a detailed route.
8 pages (including cover)
Folded size: 256 ✕ 120 mm
Printed on 150gsm FSC certified paper
Printed litho in 2 colours using plant-based inks
Illustration: Jay Cover
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Please note this guide is currently being reprinted, and should be ready to ship end of February 2024