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Brutalist buildings: Park Hill, Sheffield by Jack Lynn and Ivor Smith
Brutalist buildings: Park Hill, Sheffield by Jack Lynn and Ivor SmithThese three-metre-wide communal walkways – the "streets in the sky" promoted by Le Corbusier's Unité d'Habitation and many of the unbuilt projects by Alison and Peter Smithson – were designed as a modern replacement for the cobbled terraces of the former slums.
David--Harrison's DeviantArt gallery
George Loveless House, Tower Hamlets, London. An example of post-war 'modernism', designed by the Soviet Union born Berthold Lubetkin; the building is Y-shaped, of concrete with red brick. Built in the early 1950's as council-owned housing, the flats are now in private ownership.