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The Twentieth Century Society is calling for an architect to produce a vision for the conversion of a 'rare and forgotten'1930s water softening plant into a house.The reinforced concrete building, near Newham in Kent, consists of two circular tanks that taper towards the bottom and sit either side of a 'brutal but impressive'central circulation tower.For more details contact Claire Barrett at the Twentieth Century Society on tel 020 7250 3857.

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