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Hollamby’s Brandon Estate, South London - Wednesday June 21st 6.30pm
Meeting outside Oval Station at 6.20pm for a 6.30pm start
Owen Hopkins leads a tour of Ted Hollamby’s Brandon Estate in Kennington, South London. The estate is notable for its mix of housing forms, which range from the six eighteen-storey point blocks in an extension to Kennington Park, to various forms of maisonette and even refurbished Victorian townhouses. The estate is also home to notable pieces of public art, including work by Bill Mitchell, Anthony Holloway and Henry Moore, whose Two Piece Reclining Figure No. 3 remains an important local landmark. The walk will end with drinks nearby hosted by C20 Society Director Catherine Croft.
Owen Hopkins is a writer and curator. He is author of four books on architecture and is Architecture Programme Curator at the Royal Academy of Arts. He lives on the Brandon Estate with his wife and cat.
Members £12, Non-members £15
This is a Partner event for The London Festival of Architecture
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