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Council estates such as Thamesmead in south-east London or Southwyck House in Brixton, or Brunel University in Uxbridge.
Now, though, I think the twisted red metal tower is beautiful.
However, there is one building that I see nearly every week which I grow to dislike more each time. Now, I can put right my omission, by nominating it for the Dead Prize.
When I walk the last part of the way to work, from Notting Hill Gate, the backstreets of Victorian houses are a delight, and you can see why rich people like to live here.
But then there is the bit where I have to cross a road without turning my head to the right in case I should catch a glimpse of the 1970s ugliness and be struck down by the unfeeling arrogance of it.
But Yunior never really leaves her side until the surprising, but very realistic ending.
“Silence Teaches You How to Sing” seems like perhaps Ulver has pulled a fast one. As the track nears the end you can hear a distant choir. They are in a similar style to , although there is more music. Neither one of these EPs is really essential, but they are both interesting and really create a mood. She was a friend of his–a kind of teasable friend–until puberty hit and her chest was to die for. Dammit, why did she have to start dating Yunior’s brother Rafa?
As he said: "Just imagine a 16-year-old at your office asking why your project sucks."I can, and I wish people would do it more.A beautifully decorated cake served as the centerpiece for the buffet table, generously laden with all sorts of delicious choices for the celebratory luncheon.After lunch, LCGS President Jayne Munro-Ouimet opened the program, welcoming one and all to the celebration.I admit my selection was biased: most of them are not just in Britain but in London.The Dead Prize is worldwide in scope – it was launched in Dubai – but I stick to what I know.As well as Sir Basil's gruesome legacy, I listed Preston bus station ("concrete lasagne"), the University of York's Central Hall ("the spaceship", in the middle of "the largest plastic-bottomed lake in Europe"), the Southbank Centre in London – and Buckingham Palace, just to prove that old buildings can be ugly, too. There are so many not well-known buildings which perhaps have even more of a lowering effect on the quality of life of the people who cannot avoid them.