Foreword Owen Hatherley Preface Andrew Saint Introduction Peter Guillery and David Kroll 1. Urban Design in Victorian London: The Minet Estate in Lambeth 1870 to c. 1910 David Kroll 2. Miles of Silly Little Dirty Houses: The Lessons of Victorian Battersea Colin Thom 3. Renewable Principles in H A Darbishire's Peabody Estates 1864-1885 Irina Davidovici 4. Residential Flats: Densification in Victorian and Early 20th-Century London Richard Dennis 5. South Acton Unsustained Peter Guillery 6. High Social Housing in London c.1940-1970 Simon Pepper 7. 'We felt magnificent being up there': Erno Goldfinger's Balfron Tower and the campaign to keep it public David Roberts 8. Out-of-Sync Estates Ben Campkin 9. Gentrification: The Case of Canonbury Tanis Hinchcliffe 10. Victorian Houses: Recent Approaches to Sustainable Retrofit Sofie Pelsmakers and David Kroll
Peter Guillery is an architectural historian and editor for the Survey of London, the topographical series founded in 1894, now part of the Bartlett School of Architecture. He is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, and serves on the committees of the Centre for Metropolitan History and the London Journal. David Kroll is an architect with experience in professional practice, academic teaching and research. He is a lecturer in architecture at the University of South Australia and has held lecturing positions at the University of East London, University of Kent and Anglia Ruskin University.