This project is focused on documenting the life and architecture of the Alexandra and Ainsworth Estate in London, a Post-war brutalist social housing estate. Designed by renowned architect Neave Brown who had the ingenuity to create affordable housing for the ordinary people, also going against the mass production of the standardised high rise flats. It focuses on the community that can tell the truth about the estate which has become an iconic housing alternative for the regeneration of London after the War. It also explores and represents the numerous mediums in which the estate has been captured over the years, along with creating conversation regarding the need for more experimentation and less premature and harsh judgment relating to current alternative developments.