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The iconic Rowley Way Housing Estate was conceived by Neave Brown in the late ’60s with the idea that people could live happily together. This harmonious social and architectural experiment embodies ideals we must cultivate in order to overcome climate and social emergency.
The Alexandra Road estate (officially the Alexandra and Ainsworth estate, but often referred to as Rowley Way, the name of its main thoroughfare) is a housing estate in the London Borough of Camden, North West London, England. It was designed in a brutalist style in 1968 by Neave Brown of Camden Council’s Architects Department. Construction work commenced in 1972 and was completed in 1978. It is constructed from site-cast, board-marked white, unpainted reinforced concrete. Along with 520 apartments, the site also includes a school, community centre, youth club, heating complex, and parkland.