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Forgotten Places

(June 19–27, 2010)

Keiji Yokotani

Nishin Banya

John Wilson

The Concrete House

East Dulwich, London, UK

June 26, 2010, 12:30 UTC

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The Concrete House was built in 1873 by Charles Drake of the Patent Concrete Building Company and is believed to be the only surviving example of a 19th Century Concrete House in Britain. Nearly forgotten after years of neglect, the house has become derelict and a target for vandals and graffiti artists. The house is listed on the English Heritage Buildings At Risk register.

In 2009 Southwark Council and the Heritage of London Trust issued a compulsory purchase order to force the owner to relinquish the property. It is hoped that the house can now eventually be restored.

Click the links below to see news about the Concrete House.

The Guardian

London Evening Standard

The Victorian Society
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