Escape the office on Friday 21 April with a day-long visit to extraordinary residential landmarks in south London.
The fourth part of the Baylight Fellowship from the Academy of British Housing will include:
* Tour of BedZED, Wallington designed by the acclaimed architect Bill Dunster and completed in 2002
* Resident-led tour of pioneering self-build community Walters Way, Lewisham focussing on the long-term maintenance of shared public spaces
* A visit to St Bernards, Croydon, built in 1969-70 as the only UK project by the renowned Swiss architects Atelier 5
* Tickets £85/£65
Open to everyone with an interest in commissioning ambitious new housing, Part 4 is the latest instalment of the Baylight Fellowship following the success of Part 1, 2 and 3 which explored extraordinary housing in Cambridge, South East England and London.
Accredited by Open City, the charity behind the acclaimed Open House Festival which has championed special properties across 50 countries for more than three decades, the Academy of British Housing provides everything leading public and private sector clients of new housing and neighbourhoods need to deliver true long-term success.