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London's architecture: Art Deco

Oliver Bennett

Balham SW12 is a highly agreeable south London suburb that’s adjacent to no fewer than four leafy commons and has an abundance of solid family homes. But Balham enjoys another claim to fame in the shape of Du Cane Court. This vast Art Deco …

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London's architecture: Neo-Georgian

Oliver Bennett

Kennington SE11 is a bit of a revelation. Never lionised as much as Islington , say, it nevertheless has terrific Georgian terraces and squares, sits in Zone 1, and is so close to Parliament that properties are often marketed to new MPs as being …

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London's architecture: Arts & Crafts

Oliver Bennett

Tooting SW17 may possess down-home charm and good curry houses, but it’s not a district known for its architecture... is it? Well, the Totterdown Fields Estate begs to differ. This early 20th century grid of streets brings together two turn-of-the-century …

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London's architecture: 1930s

Oliver Bennett

The area of Roehampton, SW15, close to Richmond, is rich in architectural interest, but a real 20th century lovers’ secret is the KFH-managed Grade II-listed block called Fairacres dating from the 1930s. Overlooking parkland and a golf course, …

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London’s architecture: an overview

Completely London

London’s crazy paving of different architectural styles and eras is the result of a number of catacylsms throughout its history, from the rise and fall of the Roman city to the Great Fire of London, the industrial revolution and World War …

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