Brutalist buildings: Habitat 67, Montreal by Moshe Safdie
Our series on Brutalist architecture looks at Habitat 67, the experimental modular housing presented by Moshe Safdie at the 1967 World Expo in Montreal.
This is a view from the Barbican Housing Estate, in London. Brutalism, was a style of architecture usin' pure concrete with a rough stone texture,
Shakespeare Tower, Barbican Estate
Built in 1976 this is one of three residential tower blocks in the Barbican complex - it is adjacent to the Barbican Centre. Designed by the architects Chamberlain, Powell and Bon it is Grade II listed and is one of London's principal examples of Brutalist architecture. This tower is 42 storeys and is 123m high.
The Hayward Gallery
The Hayward Gallery on the South Bank in London is one of the largest and most versatile temporary art exhibition spaces in Britain. It has proved remarkably adaptable in presenting a wide range of ground-breaking exhibitions over more than thirty years.
Parliament Building Punjab governmental complex, Chandigarh 1951-65 Architects: Le Corbusier (Charles-Edouard Jeanneret) Pierre Jeanneret Jacqueline Jeanneret Maxwell Fry Jane Drew et. al.