EVENT - Tour
Saturday, 4 June, 10:30 - 11:30
A product of the post war housing boom and mid-century modernist optimism, the Fitzhugh Estate in Wandsworth, south London, was designed by Sir John Leslie Martin, the principal architect of the Royal Festival Hall.
To coincide with the 60th anniversary of the estate, photographic artist Sharon O’Neill is curating the group exhibition Bluepoint for Living. The exhibition is an artistic response to photographs taken in 1956 of the newly built estate by Bill Toomey for the Architects’ Journal and uncovered at the Royal Institute of British architecture’s photographic collection.
Visit www.blueprintforliving.co.uk for full list of events to accompany the exhibition.
Image : ©Sharon O'Neill