The Hayward Gallery

Royal National Theatre, South Bank Lambeth, London: described by Prince Charles in 1988 as "a clever way of building a nuclear power station in the middle of London without anyone objecting"! (architecture in the Brutalist style by Denys Lasdun)

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 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.

Utopia-focussed design work from studio Public School.

Public School is a design studio with a gainful interest in architecture, particularly that rooted in utopian ideologies. Their self-published zine Concrete Deserts documents the Brutalist structures on Israel’s periphery. Well worth a good looking at.

Heygate Estate, London, 1974 - Southwark Council

Visions of an Industrial Age // Heygate Estate, London, 1974 - Southwark Council

Alexandra and Ainsworth Estate 4, South Hampstead, London, Neave Brown, Camden Council’s Architects Department, 1972-1979 Photo: Simon Phipps

Visions of an Industrial Age // Alexandra and Ainsworth Estate South Hampstead, London, Neave Brown, Camden Council’s Architects Department, Photo: Simon Phipps

Alexandra Road, Camden, London, NEAVE BROWN, architect, Camden Council Architects Dept, designed / built 1968-1978, GRADE II Listed

Alexandra Road The estate was designed and constructed between by architect Neave Brown and Sidney Cook. It appears in Kingsman:The secret service.

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


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