A walk through Highgate: experiments in urban living

Discover some of Highgate's twentieth century housing developments in this historic walk through Highgate. We will pass émigré architect, Berthold Lubetkin's iconic High Point flats, learn about Highgate's early history, walk through Waterlow Park and learn of it conception, pass Highgate Cemetery where Karl Marx is buried and explore Abrahmam Davis's Holly Lodge Estate and its homes for lady workers and the émigré architect, Walter Segal's 1950s St Anne's Close. The architecture crosses boundaries and the walk crosses the boundary in several places between Haringay and Camden.


08 June 2019

11:30 -13:30

Admission: £12.00

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Organiser Info

Image: Homes built for lady workers, Holly Lodge Estate. Photo by Marilyn Greene

Location


Green opposite the Woodman Pub

Archway Road London N6 5UA

07896831164

Take exit 3 ( escalator exit) from Highgate station and turn right up the Archway Road and cross to the green opposite the Woodman pub



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