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The V&A museum has salvaged a three-storey section of Robin Hood Gardens, the much-debated brutalist social housing estate by Alison and Peter Smithson that is currently being demolished in east London.

The V&A has acquired two sections of the estate’s garden- and street-facing facades, including one of its elevated walkways that were central to the “streets in the sky” concept devised by the Smithsons.

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