"The Architect's Jump" at Alexandra Road, Camden, London, NEAVE BROWN, architect, Camden Council Architects Dept, designed / built 1968-1978, GRADE II Listed

"The Architect's Jump" at Alexandra Road, Camden, London, NEAVE BROWN, architect, Camden Council Architects Dept, designed / built 1968-1978, GRADE II Listed

A woman and her two daughters view the surrounding terraced housing from the roof of Hillcott House, a new block of council flats, in Shoreditch, London. (Getty Images) Circa 1938

A woman and her two daughters view the surrounding terraced housing from the roof of Hillcott House, a new block of council flats, in Shoreditch, London. (Getty Images) Circa 1938

Destroyed in 1883 for extension to the Metropolitan Line from Aldgate to Tower of London

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St Mary Overys Dock, Clink Wharf Limited, Southwark, c 1955. Eric de Mare, via English Heritage

St Mary Overys Dock, Clink Wharf Limited, Southwark, c 1955. Eric de Mare, via English Heritage

I give you a taxi and a bus in what remains of the snow at Trafalgar Square in #London in the winter of 1915.

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I give you a taxi and a bus in what remains of the snow at Trafalgar Square in #London in the winter of 1915.

Alexandra Road Estate, Camden, London, Neave Brown, Camden Council’s Architects Department, 1972-1978 Photo: Simon Phipps

Alexandra Road Estate, Camden, London, Neave Brown, Camden Council’s Architects Department, 1972-1978 Photo: Simon Phipps


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Canada Water Estate, Rotherhithe, London, 1964 (London County Council Architects’ Department)

Canada Water Estate, Rotherhithe, London, 1964 (London County Council Architects’ Department)

I give you a taxi and a bus in what remains of the snow at Trafalgar Square in #London in the winter of 1915.

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I give you a taxi and a bus in what remains of the snow at Trafalgar Square in #London in the winter of 1915.

Tube: Mark Lane station  (later re-sited and renamed Tower Hill), 1907. (London)

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Black and noisome, the road sticky with slime, and palsied houses, rotten from chimney to cellar, leaning together, apparently by the mere coherence of their ingrained corruption.

Black and noisome, the road sticky with slime, and palsied houses, rotten from chimney to cellar, leaning together, apparently by the mere coherence of their ingrained corruption.

Bridge House, George Row, Bermondsey, c 1920. Constructed over a creek at Jacob's Island.

Bridge House, George Row, Bermondsey, c 1920. Constructed over a creek at Jacob's Island.

The Balfron Tower / Pic: Simon Terrill.  The brutalist tower designed by Erno Goldfinger has been used for a series of different artistic endeavors lately, including an overnight production of Macbeth. Go at sunset for unusual views over south east London.

The Balfron Tower / Pic: Simon Terrill. The brutalist tower designed by Erno Goldfinger has been used for a series of different artistic endeavors lately, including an overnight production of Macbeth. Go at sunset for unusual views over south east London.

A & J Bool, Old Houses in Wych Street (1876), formerly a continuation of Drury Lane, London, UK

A & J Bool, Old Houses in Wych Street (1876), formerly a continuation of Drury Lane, London, UK

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