Utopia London: The Peaceful Visions Of Post-WWII Architects

Utopia London: The Peaceful Visions Of Post-WWII Architects
Design

Seeking to create protective, 'love-filled' structures and abolish those which symbolized class differences, Modernist designers battled the 'poor living conditions' left over from the Industrial Revolution alongside the war's widespread destruction.

Claudia Cukrov
  • 3 december 2010

An interesting documentary from filmmaker Tom Cordell, Utopia London takes a look back at the visions of architects planning a post-World War II London.  Seeking to create protective, ‘love-filled’ structures and abolish those which symbolized class differences, these Modernist architects battled the ‘poor living conditions’ left over from the Industrial Revolution alongside  the war’s widespread destruction.

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