Barbican, London- An architectural and urban planning marvel. I'm enthralled by its history, its cultural impact and its ability to remain relevant over the years. Truly ahead of its time.

Location Photography - Building Estate - Barbican, London- An architectural and urban planning marvel. I'm enthralled by its history, its cultural impact and its ability to remain relevant over the years. Truly ahead of its time.

The Balfron Tower - designed by Erno Goldfinger

The Balfron Tower / Pic: Simon Terrill. The brutalist tower designed by Erno Goldfinger has been used for a series of different artistic endeavors lately, including an overnight production of Macbeth. Go at sunset for unusual views over south east London.

Bechter Zaffignani Architekten

Turbinenhalle in Tirol von Bechter Zaffignani / Hierarchien in Beton…

"The Architect's Jump" at Alexandra Road, Camden, London, NEAVE BROWN, architect, Camden Council Architects Dept, designed / built 1968-1978, GRADE II Listed

Visions of an Industrial Age // Alexandra Road Estate, Camden by Neave Brown.

Trellick Tower by Erno Goldfinger

Brutalism in the UK

Brutalist Architecture

Brutalist Architecture - Barbican in the City of London - Architecture firm Chamberlin, Powell and Bon

Hayward Gallery, London | '' It is an icon of sixties brutalist architecture and is one of the few remaining buildings of this style. The Hayward was designed by a group of young architects, including Dennis Crompton, Warren Chalk and Ron Herron. ''

Hayward Gallery, South Bank, London, England, (Greater London Council Architect’s Department) - concrete brutalism architecture

Brownfield Estate, East London

Brownfield Estate, East London Goldfinger's lesser known building, in the same style as the Trellic Tower.

Balfron Tower by Ernö Goldfinger a fine example of Brutalist #architecture East London

Brutalist buildings: Balfron Tower, London by Ernö Goldfinger

Balfron Tower by Ernö Goldfinger a fine example of Brutalist #architecture East London

Brutalism and Culture: How St Peter's Seminary is Already Shining in its Second Life

Brutalism and Culture: How St Peter's Seminary is Already Shining in its Second Life

Scotland’s most significant modernist building, St Peter’s seminary near Glasgow, may soon be brought back from the dead, writes Rowan Moore


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