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When James Stirling’s final British building, No1 Poultry, was unveiled – and greeted with mixed reviews – in the mid-nineties, few would have thought the Postmodern icon would be Grade A-listed some twenty years later.
Yet in recent years the controversial style has been recognised as crucial to our built heritage with 20 such examples of Postmodernism – or PoMo – in London now officially listed.
This walking tour takes in some of London’s most well-known and hard-to-find pieces of PoMo as well as key modern buildings along the way.
Your guide is a heritage consultant with the renowned conservation Architecture practice, Purcell and has written widely on 20th Century and contemporary architecture.
Tour duration 2.5-3hrs. Tour ends at Tower Bridge.