Walters Way and Segal Close, with their twenty homes designed by German born modernist Walter Segal, draw crowds every year at London’s Open House weekend and are place of pilgrimage for students of architecture. Alice Grahame and Taran Wilkhu, both residents of the two streets, now tell the full story of how the houses came into being and of the estate’s development since. Learn more about this inspiring icon of the self-build movement from an insider’s perspective!
The bookstore Never Stop Reading is located in Zurich's old town, only a few steps from the Kunsthaus, the University, and ETH. The store features a broad range of international publications on architecture, photography, art, and design, as well as a section of general-interest English books. The new spaces can be used for small exhibitions and we'll be hosting a diverse program of book launches, readings, panel discussions . . . We're looking forward to seeing you there!
Have a look at our events agenda: www.neverstopreading.com!
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(Image on the left by Thomas Egli)