Architecture When we moved back into our tower block after the move, we were able to take advantage of a whole range of new security measures. For someone to enter the building, they now have to buzz the intercom system at a gate on the road and then do it again at a door. No one gets in unless we want them to. But it's still the same structure. It's still a tower block. It still shakes in high winds. It's certainly not as secure as this new set of apartments in Stockholm:
"The building was originally constructed in 1971 for the postal service. As a product of the cold-war era, it was engineered to withstand aerial bombardment.
Slightly worried about that new glass frontage though.

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