The heart of the Andover Estate is beautiful and unusual.
Giant redbrick ziggurats face onto shared gardens.
There are no cars. It feels (for good and for ill) like a different world from the Victorian streets around it.
I'll hand this over to Pevsner: 'The strikingly massed Andover Estate (by the GLC, from 1972) was a late phase of this development [The Campbell Bunk slum clearance]. It builds up from two storey terraces and four-storey deck access maisonettes, to a towering group of ten-storey ziggurats on giant pilotis. Angular forms somewhat softened by universal use of brindled russet brick, brown pantiles and blue balcony planters.'
Take a look around if you're passing by.