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Trellick Tower

London, United Kingdom
by Ernő Goldfinger

Trellick Tower is a 31-storey block of flats in North Kensington, London, W10. It was designed in the Brutalist style by architect Ernő Goldfinger, after a commission from the Greater London Council in 1966, and completed in 1972. It is a Grade II listed building and is 98 metres tall. Add to a collection

Housden House

London, United Kingdom
by Brian Housden

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Alexandra Road Estate

London, United Kingdom
by Neave Brown

Alexandra Road is London terrace house with the design of high-density public housing. Alexandra road represents the application of the terraced theme on an enormous scale.

The long site is consisted of three parallel rows of dwellings. Two rows of terraced apartments are aligned along the..

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Robin Hood Gardens is a council housing complex in Poplar, London designed in the late 1960s by architects Alison and Peter Smithson and completed in 1972. It was intended as an example of the 'streets in the sky' concept: social housing characterised by broad aerial walkways in long concrete..

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Welbeck Street Car Park

London, United Kingdom
by Michael Blampied

In the 1960s Debenhams department stores planned a new, flagship store on London’s Oxford Street. Westminster Council’s planning regulations at that time required such schemes to provide parking facilities, hence, a car park was commissioned behind the new shop and opposite the head offices,..

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De Meerpaal

Dronten, Netherlands
by Frank van Klingeren

Asked for a simple multipurpose community building with provisions for amateur theatre and music, sports and a small café for new inhabitants of the pioneer-village Dronten that was being built in the new polder Flevoland, Van Klingeren did much more than that, and in a sense also much less. He..

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‘t Karregat Eindhoven

Eindhoven, Netherlands
by Frank van Klingeren

Van Klingerens attention, however, had already shifted towards Eindhoven. There he was given the opportunity to build yet another multifunctional community building for a new experimental housing project. This time it would include – besides the cultural and sports facilities – a small shopping..

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Hann's House

Rotterdam, Netherlands
by Herman Haan

The house Herman Haan build for himself and his wife Hansje, on a piece of land at the edge of Rotterdam where the debris of the demolished city centre during a bombardment in 1940 was collected, is radically open. It consists of two elongated volumes: an elevated, ‘floating’ open volume with the..

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