The proposed redevelopment of the listed 1960s Park Hill flats in Sheffield by Studio Egret West and HawkinsBrown forms part of Britain’s contribution to the Venice Biennale of Architecture, which opened on 10 September and runs until 19 November.

The scheme is included in an exhibition in which Jeremy Till presents Sheffield as an exemplar of post-industrial cities everywhere. A highpoint of the biennale so far has been the presentation to Lord Rogers, in Venice, of the Golden Lion of Achievement award for the 10th International Architecture Exhibition.