Jon Broome, Alice Grahame, Charlie Luxton, Louis Schulz, Kareem Dayes

Walter Segal and the Future of Self-Build

Series: Evening Lecture
Date: Tuesday 26 January 2016
Time: 18:00
Venue: Lecture Hall
Running time: 93 mins

A discussion focusing on the legacy of Walter Segal’s revolutionary self-build design method, its implications for the future of self-building and governmental policy around self-building as a potential solution to current housing crises.


Jon Broome is an architect and collaborator with Segal on the 1980s Lewisham housing projects, Alice Grahame is a freelance journalist and resident of Walter’s Way, Charlie Luxton is an architectural designer and broadcaster, Louis Schulz is a member of architecture collective Assemble, and Kareem Dayes is a director of the Rural Urban Synthesis Society and grew up on Walter's Way. 



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