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Cotton Gardens estate, Kennington, Central London, 1968. (Photographed by Henry Grant)

FromĀ 20thcenturylondon.org.uk:

'The Wates firm constructed the Cotton Gardens estate, Kennington Lane, for Lambeth Borough Council. Three 22-storey towers, named Ebenezer, Fairford and Hurley Houses, were built to complicated designs using pre-fabricated construction methods. Henry Grant photographed various building projects, documenting the changes in architectural production during the 1960s.'

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