Date: Sunday 23 June
As part of the Highgate Festival, the Highgate Society is organising visits to the interiors of Highgate’s iconic modern homes. The tours have been split into two areas each of 3 homes and each tour will take about 2 hours.
The south-west tours will include Ken Price’s Narrow House, a hidden gem; Camden’s controversial Highgate New Town – also known as the Whittington Estate and RIBA Gold Medalist, Neave Brown’s influential and ground-breaking Winscome Street. The tours will leave the Highgate Society’s Hall at 10A South Grove at 1pm and 3pm.
The north-east tours will include Harley Sherlock’s Southwood House Estate; the award-winning Kingsley Place designed by ACP and Mike Russum’s more recently award-winning house in Wood Lane. The tours will leave the Highgate Society’s Hall at 10A South Grove at 1.30pm and 3.30pm.
Information on the homes will be available and also in 10 A there will be exhibition panels of each of the homes and tea and cakes will be served from 3pm. Numbers are limited to 12 per tour so early booking is recommended. To book, visit Eventbrite or click here
Time: 1.00, 1.30, 3.00, 3.30
Venue: Highgate Society 10A South Grove