But the architects blew the opportunity handed them by Labour. Although some of the buildings of that time were outstanding: the Clarence Road Estate in Roehampton, the Festival Hall, and the Cambridge University Centre, the lesser architects imposed on Britain a brutal legacy of ill- thought-out stained concrete blocks which soon fell down or had to be blown up.
Not surprisingly, the politicians have not trusted architects since.
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