Recorded Talks Series: The Terraced House

Uncover the history of the Terraced House

The Terraced House Series

In 2021, our Autumn talk series focused on the terraced house, the much-loved housing that forms the bedrock of English and Welsh cities.

All six talks can be bought for the price of five.

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Origin and History of the Terraced House.

Alec Forshaw, historian & urban designer will open the series by tracing the origins & history of the terraced house in Bloomsbury.

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Real Estate Development and the Small, Terraced House

Gareth Carr, architect and lecturer at Wrexham Glyndwr University, will look at development through the Welsh Streets in Liverpool.

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Design and construction of the Victorian and Edwardian terraced house.

Architectural historian and The Victorian Society trustee, Kit Wedd will explore the materials, design and construction of the terraced house.

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Origin, Development and Decline of Back-To-Back Housing.

Joanne Harrison, architect and heritage consultant, will trace the development of back-to-back house building in Leeds.

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Transport and the development of the Victorian and Edwardian suburbs.

Edmund Bird, heritage manager at Transport for London will discuss the development of London’s transport infrastructure.

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The Terrace House Plan in the 20th And 21st Centuries.

Practicing architect and professor of architecture, Dave King, will cover the reinterpretation and sustainable reuse of the terrace house.

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