'It was the wrong time for beautiful architecture'

Completed in 1970, Northwick Park Hospital (above) was too late to be included in English Heritage's listing proposals, but it may be singled out next time. If so, it is bound to cause consternation. For the building is universally regarded as an ugly concrete sprawl, even though it has proved ...

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