I need to start the interior moments where the high and low meet.
The perception of the tower block is changing.
“Luxury was always something scarce” or rare. With the demolition of each estate it becomes more rare. More finite.
In the victorian times the factories and the work houses had some of the poorest conditions known. Many were torn down but for the ones that remained they became some of the most expensive and sought after buildings, particularly in London.
Some estates have had a similarly ugly past, but is there a value beyond what we deem there to be?