Substratum of Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: A Duplex of London’s Public Housing Will Become a Museum Exhibit

Lovers of both social housing and 20th-century architecture have been fretting about the fate of East London’s Robin Hood Gardens for years. A public housing project and Brutalist icon completed in 1972, the estate (as projects are called in the U.K.) has been run-down and facing demolition for some time, targeted by a local borough that wants to replace it with denser, more profitable housing.

Yesterday, some dramatic news came. Robin Hood Gardens will in a sense remain alive—just not in a way t…