Long live Lubetkin’s republic

A communal space is framed by two eight-storey slabs. Sadler House is to the right.

Tecton’s Spa Green Estate, a legacy of 1930s radical housing policy in north London, has been sensitively restored to pay homage to its original ambitions, reports James R Payne

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