Brutal London: Ledbury Estate
Cut out and build your own prefabricated panel block from Ledbury Estate. The kit includes an informative note on the building.
Brutal London by Zupagrafika allows you to reconstruct some of the most controversial edifices erected in London between the 1960s and 1970s. The collection features brutalist buildings scattered around the districts of Camden, Southwark or Tower Hamlets, from the iconic tower blocks of Balfron Tower, Barbican and Space House, through the housing estates doomed to premature demolition, like Robin Hood Gardens, Aylesbury and Ledbury Estate, to concrete grand designs, such as the National Theatre.
Built in mid 1960s by GLC Architects Department; 16 blocks
Bordered by: Ledbury Street, Commercial Way,Bird in Bush Road & Naylor Road (Peckham)
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