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INSCAPE Hallowe’en at Southside House, Wimbledon

What better way to spend Hallowe’en than a private tour of the magnificent and eccentric home of generations of the Pennington Mellor Munthe families? Our group, led by  Southside guide Pat Donald, sometimes by torchlight, were given a remarkable opportunity … Continue reading

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King’s Cross: Regenerating a Landmark

I came home truly inspired after an extraordinary visit to an area of London which normally leaves me depressed and longing for escape; King’s Cross. I remembered the marshalling yards behind the station, a bleak site of utter dereliction, like … Continue reading

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Money and the City

Since the times of the Romans, London’s financial institutions have lain at the heart of the City, and are woven into the very fabric of its churches, markets and meeting halls, the design of their buildings profoundly affected by the … Continue reading

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The Maestro on the Go!

A wonderful shot of our Director Nicholas Friend aka ‘The Maestro’ in action, as he leads a keen audience on a tour through Highgate, in the final part of the ‘London’s Villages’ series of study days at INSCAPE. For more … Continue reading

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