The final wave of regeneration at brutalist Park Hill estate will see 350 student homes, designed by British practice Whittam Cox Architects, built within the iconic concrete framework of the social housing complex in Sheffield, England. Read more
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We saw these up for sale ‘off plan’, but this is the first time we have seen an apartment in the brutalist Park Hill development, Sheffield, South Yorkshire on the secondary market. Once upon a time, this was the future. Streets in the sky and a self-contained inner city village that had its own shops, […]
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Park Hill estate is to receive a new Carmody Groarke-designed art gallery and suite of studios, as part of the redevelopment of the brutalist housing scheme built in 1961. Read more
Not sure how recent these are, but we have only just encountered the Park Hill Sheffield prints by Laura Knight Studio. Park Hill is, of course, a brutalist icon and a 1960s grade II-listed development currently undergoing a huge renovation by Urban Splash. In fact, you can buy one of the upgraded apartments right now. […]
They actually went on sale back in 2011, but if you have pushed back the decision to buy something in the 1960s grade II-listed Park Hill development in Sheffield, you might want to make up your mind fast. As you probably know, Park Hill was built around the turn of the 1960s, a huge brutalist […]