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‘My walking tour guide Yannick takes me to Art Deco buildings I’ve never noticed before. Bloomsbury suddenly seems at the forefront of modernity. […] Any occasion to slow down and appreciate your city in a new light is a joyous one. And Yannick’s tours are a wonderful opportunity to reflect on how we once lived and want to live now.’ – @isla_simpson
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‘I recently took a walk around some of the other star turns of West End Art Deco [architecture] in the company of Yannick Pucci, a celebrated London architectural guide and Art Deco buff. Yannick manages to be both erudite and concise, describing in a few words the key features of the style he is outlining and its historical context.’ – @sallycrawford
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‘Bloomsbury might be renowned for its iconic Georgian buildings, but it’s also a hotbed for Art Deco architecture, an international design movement that bloomed between the 1920s and 1930s. Deservedly so, there is a walking tour entirely dedicated to Bloomsbury’s Art Deco buildings. Starting at Russell Square, ‘Art Deco in Bloomsbury’ explores the area’s design heritage[.]’ – @StoreStreetWC1