Ernő Goldfinger and a visit to 2 Willow Road, Hampstead

Ernő Goldfinger and a visit to 2 Willow Road, Hampstead

By Philip Carter As a survey of domestic experience, the IHR’s 2018 Winter Conference—‘Home: new histories of living’ (8-9 February)—ranges widely in its locations and forms of historical dwellings. At the same time, individual properties stand out. These include No....

Movement, Vision, Underground

Going Underground: Travel Beneath the Metropolis 1863-2013 17 January 2013 Marko Jobst Movement, Vision, Underground Abstract: This paper looks at the history of vision in architectural modernity and its failed acknowledgement of the London Underground. While there...

The Underground Above Ground

Going Underground: Travel Beneath the Metropolis 1863-2013 Lucy Maulsby The Underground Above Ground 17 January 2013  Abstract: Architectural historians interested in underground transportation systems have largely focused on the representational character of the...

Chancery Lane: politics, space and the built environment, c. 1760-1815

British History in the Long 18th Century Chancery Lane: politics, space and the built environment, c. 1760-1815 Francis Boorman (IHR) 19 October 2011   Sandwiched between the west and east ends of London, Chancery Lane was a focus point in England’s capital city and...