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King of the Castle: Perronet House, Elephant and Castle, London by Roger Walters-
Perronet house is situated in Elephant and Castle in South London and was built in 1969. It was commissioned by The Greater London Council and designed by architect Roger Walters who was involved in the redevelopment of Covent garden, as well as the commissioning of the Thames Barrier. The building is constructed in reinforced concrete, as well as brick and has several eye catching features such as the tiled balconies and the partially glazed fire escape stairs at the Southern end of the building.
© 2013 Alex James Bruce
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