Architect: Kate Macintosh Construction:1972 Floors: 12 Function: Social Housing Borough: Southwark Difficulty rating: Hard
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Built atop a spoil tip, Dawson’s Heights is a monument of the south London skyline. It was designed by architect Kate Macintosh at just 26 years old while she was working in LB Southwark’ in-house architecture department and built at the tail end of a boom in state-led social housing provision in the UK.
Net design: George Allen, Monika Marinova and James Roach
llustration: George Allen and Monika Marinova
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