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Lesser Known Architecture at The Design Museum

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Welbeck car park

Some alternative examples of interesting London architecture are celebrated in the Design Museum's Lesser Known Architecture display, including Stockwell bus garage and its impressive concrete roof, the Berthold Lubetkin-design Bevin Court and the 1970s Welbeck Street car park, as pictured here. 

Ten sites have been selected by a collection of architecture and designer commentators, as examples of outstanding architecture that are overlooked and forgotten. Each building has been photographed by Theo Simpson for this free display in the Design Museum Cafe and Tanks, and limited edition prints are also available through the Design Museum Shop. 

It's on until the 22 July, so plenty of time to pick out a favourite. Entry to the display is free, while the prints are available for £30 each. 

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