The housing block is being torn down due to the deterioration of its concrete and steel structure.
Its modular interiors are currently being cleared out in preparation for asbestos removal, after which the building will be completely disassembled.
Another building one step closer to demolition is the Marks and Spencer store on London's Oxford Street.
Mayor Sadiq Khan announced on Tuesday that he would not intervene to save the building following a "thorough assessment" of its carbon footprint.
In other architecture news, the final building by Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer opened at the Château La Coste vineyard in southern France.
Designed two years before Niemeyer's death in 2012, the curved white pavilion was conceived to sit comfortably within its peaceful surroundings.
A Kengo Kuma-designed museum dedicated to author Hans Christian Andersen officially opened its doors this week in Odense, Denmark, following a soft launch last June.
Drawing on the fantastical worlds of Andersen's fairytales, the building is surrounded by winding maze-like hedges and features underground exhibition spaces that can be glimpsed through strategic cut-outs in the landscape.
In design news, this week saw the reveal of the "world's first" space lounge – a lounge-style travel capsule that was designed by space tourism company Space Perspective to offer a more comfortable experience than a traditional spacecraft.
As holidays outside of Earth's atmosphere become ever more realistic, we rounded up ten recent designs for space tourism including two hotels and a space station designed by Philippe Starck.
This week also saw American outdoor equipment company SylvanSport unveil its Go camping trailer, which has a built-in pop-up tent and can be attached to almost any car.