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46 Victoria Street, Westminster LB: from Artillery Row

46 Victoria Street, Westminster LB: from Artillery Row

Image 5 of 6 from gallery of Assemble to Construct a Brutalist Playground at RIBA. Photograph by John Maltby RIBA Library Photographs Collection Vitra Design Museum, Playground Design, Outdoor Playground, British Architecture, Modern Architecture, Architecture Wallpaper, Wallpaper Magazine, Churchill, Midcentury Modern

The Brutalist Playground

Somewhere between a sculpture and an architectural installation, the exhibition at RIBA’s Architecture Gallery invites people of all ages to come and play, the Brutalist way.

We’re familiar with the sight of brutalist towers in Britain, but less well known are the strange playgrounds built at the same time, with their rough surfaces and dangerous drops – now re-created at the RIBA Architecture Design, Jungle Gym, Design Blog, Concrete Jungle, Built Environment, Brutalist, Kid Spaces, Bauhaus, Kids Playing

Britain's brutalist playgrounds – in pictures

We’re familiar with the sight of brutalist towers in Britain, but less well known are the strange playgrounds built at the same time, with their rough surfaces and dangerous drops – now re-created at the RIBA

Organizers: RIBA venue: Architecture Gallery at Portland Place, Marylebone, London UK from until Starting June the RIBA will present The Brutalist Playground - an exhibition that is part sculpture, part archite. Beautiful Architecture, Architecture Design, Council Estate, Presentation Techniques, Architects Journal, Sense Of Place, Brutalist, Photomontage, Art Gallery

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