NEW! Perambulation Nº23— Highgate to Crouch End, North London by Stefi Orazi
In the mid-20th century, Highgate, in North London, had emerged as the favoured location for the city’s leading Modernist architects such as Berthold Lubetkin, Walter Segal and John Winter, to build both their own homes and innovative speculative housing schemes. Please note this walk is a bit longer than previous guides (approx 8 kilometres) and includes some steep hills.
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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