A video about the “Highpoint” building by the Tecton architecture group in London. The apartment blocks in Highpoint are probably the most celebrated of all the works done in the 1930s. They are widely illustrated and the object of international acclaim, including Le Corbusier during his visit after Highpoint’s completion in 1935. In England, modernist ideas of the time were strongly linked to social issues. Although Highpoint is a modernist building, it rather confirms "bourgeois" ideology than deconstructs the prevailing class relations.