Wonky houses are still with us

Newhall, Harlow, by Alison Brooks Architects

Owen Hatherley’s excellent article (“British housing seems to be sobering up” Opinion January 18) refers to Cabe-era wonky buildings and wavy roofs giving way to sober, well-considered housing.

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