Monday 24 July, 6.30-8.30
The Building Centre, 26 Store St, Bloomsbury, London WC1E 7BT
An evening celebrating the life and work of visionary architect Walter Segal. With special guests:
Tom Dyckhoff, TV presenter and Segal enthusiast
- Jon Broome, architect who knew and worked with Segal, and self-builder of a house in Segal Close
- John McKean, architectural historian and biographer of Walter Segal
- Alice Grahame, resident of Walters Way and author of Walters Way and Segal Close
- Taran Wilkhu, resident of Segal Close and photographer/co-author of Walters Way and Segal Close.
For more information and to book tickets
This website has been set up by a group of fans of the architect Walter Segal. We are based in Walters Way, one of Segal's self-build developments in Lewisham, south London.
Our aim is:
To provide information about Segal
To raise awareness of the importance of Segal's contribution to housing
To promote today's Segal-inspired projects
To be a hub for those wanting to find out more about Segal
We arrange events on Segal such as Open House days, talks and exhibitions.
Our book, Walters Way and Segal Close has been published. It tells the story of Segal's two most famous streets. It contains interviews with people who worked with Segal, selfbuilders and today's residents. Words by Alice Grahame, photography by Taran Wilkhu.
It is available in bookshops and online.
Order your copy now!