Pocket London: West London Printed Tour GuideRegular price £5.50
This is an architectural walking tour of West London, exploring the development of social housing – from first attempts by local governments to improve conditions for the working classes, to housing celebrated at the Festival of Britain, and onwards.
It is a paper self-guided tour led by Roz Peebles and Aidan Hall featuring engaging text and images which can be enjoyed equally in the field or in the comfort of your home.
The West London Printed Tour Guide is part of a new series of Pocket London tours exploring our city’s most compelling architecture. Published once a month, Pocket London is available as a subscription or via our shop.
Guide by Roz Peebles and Aidan Hall, 2021
Meet the author
Aidan Hall is a co-founder of social enterprise Okra where he leads projects in the fields of architecture, design, research and education. He has taught architecture at schools and universities across the UK and Europe and has led walking tours for the Architecture Foundation since 2017. He joined the Open House tours team in summer 2020.
Rosalind Peebles is an architect at alma-nac currently working on housing and community-oriented projects in London. She is a member of Okra where she collaborates in the fields of research and education, focusing on the social responsibility of architecture and housing in London. She has led tours for the Architecture Foundation since 2018 and joined the Open House tours team in summer 2020.