The map is designed to be used as a walking exploration of the city and its heritage built environment through its contemporary architecture, and as a teaching guide. Each featured building is located on the map, with an image and key information on the reverse. 

Tours are presented by geographical area, east-west of the city and non-sequential according to advised best walking route, but can of course be taken in any direction or route, and can be joined together due to proximity, Hove and Central and Moulescombe and Falmer for example. The architectural categories can also be walked as a tour. 

Guided tours will run May-Oct and will be listed on the blog. Private tours for groups of ten or more can be arranged on request and via the contact page


24 (Eaton Manor), 25 (Hove Town Hall), 1 (4 Grand Avenue), 30 (Reform Synagogue), 28 (Park Gate), 5 (Furze Croft), 4 (Freemasons). 


26 (Grand Parade), 41 (Waste House), 23 (Brighton Spiritualist Church), 36 (Brighton College), 40 (Royal Alexandra Hospital), 9, Marine Gate), 21 (Yellow and white houses). 

35 (Brighton Aldridge Community Academy), 37 (Checkland Building), 34 (Amex Stadium), 31 (Sussex University), 16 (Low Carbon Trust and Earthship Brighton). 


3 (Embassy Court), 38 (British Airways 1360), 29 (Odeon and Kings West), 11 (Imperial Arcade), 14 (Waterstones), 10 (Princes House), 13 (Old Steine Cafe and bus-stops), 8 (King and Queen Pub), 39 (Jubilee Library), 22 (Brighthelm Centre), 27 (New England House), 18 (Greenway Houses). 


17 (Diggers Self Build), 33 (Aldrich Academy), 20 (Plymouth Avenue), 32 (Holy Nativity Church), 15 (Hedgehog Co-op, Hogs Edge), 19 (Atalanta Apartments). 

Hollingbury and Bevendean

6 (Saltdean Lido), 7 (Grand Ocean), 2 (34 Wicklands Avenue). 


3 (Embassy Court), 38 (British Airways i360), 29 (Odeon and Kings West), 9 (Marine Gate), 21 (Yellow and white houses).