Check out Prudence Ivey's curated collection.
Grade II Modernist House designed by German emigre architect Rudolf Frankel for his sister and family in 1938. The house remains relatively intact and retains the layout and original features which adhere to Modernist principles of the era.
Rudolf Frankel, 1938
Visit a recently refurbished apartments of Neave Brown’s Alexandra Road Estate in Camden. This is a 3 bed maisonette flat, lower ground and ground floor levels on block B along the pedestrian Rowley Way.
Neave Brown, 1978
A low-energy, prefabricated Canadian Douglas fir rear extension to the garden flat of a converted Edwardian terraced house.
Christian Brailey Architects, 2021
Tours of Gap House Just 8ft wide to the street, this house is ingeniously slotted into an unpromising plot to create a comfortable, low energy, family home that makes a virtue of its constrained site.
Pitman Tozer Architects, 2007
Floating gardens on the Tideway below Tower Bridge, home to a residential community of more than a hundred barge dwellers. Open House on Sunday 10th October from 14.00 - 18.00.
Nicholas Lacey and Partners, 1983
Jermaine Gallacher is an interior designer, product designer and design dealer renowned for his offbeat and distinctive style. His home within a nineteenth century Peabody block, houses his extensive personal collection.
John Douglas, 1886
Winner of the Urban Oasis awards of Don't Move Improve 2023! with an extension by A Small Studio architects. This is an Austin Vernon & Partners 1957 home that sits within the Dulwich Estate.
A Small Studio , 1958
Drop in / Guided tour
My midcentury terraced house on the Dulwich Estate was the overall winner of last year's Don't Move Improve. My architects Archmongers will be here too to talk people through the design/build. (Approached to apply by Prudence Ivey)
community/cultural, gallery, event, art studio, art in the public realm, bridge, historical house
Architecture and art produced in an unmodified street of 56 houses, railway arch studios, and private galleries between 1974 and 2023. Beck Rd is an iconic artist haven and its residents are key contributors to UK art history.