Survey of London: The Charterhouse Philip Temple

Publication date:
15 Oct 2010
Paul Mellon Centre BA
320 pages: 305 x 235mm
200 color + 100 b-w illus. + maps

A fully illustrated, comprehensive record of London’s medieval Charterhouse, from its foundation in the 14th century to the present day, presented by the Survey of London team. It includes original research, new photography, and previously unpublished inventories.

Philip Temple is a member of the Survey of London staff within English Heritage in London.

"This is an immaculate production, seamlessly combining historical and architectural evidence, all explained with the aid of clear plans, high quality photographs and some superb elevation drawings…This volume represents a major contribution to London scholarship and redounds…it will remain the authoritative work on the Charterhouse for decades to come."—Warwick Rodwell, Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Newsletter

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