Somers Town is flat. Yet in its midst lies a remarkable group of housing which carries the flavour of an Italian hill town. Built during the golden age of Camden's Architect's Department, Oakshott Court was designed by an emigre from the 1956 Hungarian Revolution, taken over by a Polish survivor of Auschwitz and completed by a leading Scottish architect.
1973-76. Architects: Peter Tabori, Roman Halter and James Gowan
Set off and ends at the People's Museum Somers Town, where refreshments can be obtained afterwards and publications about Camden Council Housing.
52 Phoenix Road
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