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'Lesser Known Architecture Exhibition' Brownfield Estate by Erno Goldfinger, Photography: Theo Simpson Architecture Panel, London Architecture, Architecture Wallpaper, Architecture Portfolio, Architecture Design, Drawing Architecture, Council Estate, London History, Alvar Aalto

A Celebration of Underappreciated London Buildings | Design Week

While sights such as London’s Brutalist Barbican, the cinematic red brick structure of Battersea Power station or Sir Norman Foster’s shiny, phallic Gherkin are well recognised architectural icons, a new show at the Design Museum looks to uncover the capital’s less-celebrated archi-treasures.

The exchange building in stephenson street being demolished, showing the Rotunda appearing The Second City, 2nd City, Council Estate, Birmingham City Centre, Birmingham England, Sense Of Place, West Midlands, Slums, Glasgow

The exchange building in stephenson street being demolished, showing the Rotunda appearing.

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Bullring's 11th birthday: Amazing images from past of Birmingham shopping centre

We look back at history of Brum mall - including 1988 appearance by American pop star Tiffany and visits by Donny Osmond, Muhammad Ali and Duke of Edinburgh. Were you there?

Everything is changed from Pink's Floyd cover of Animals: Battersea Power Station is a decommissioned coal-fired power station located on the south bank of the River Thames, in Battersea; an inner-city district of South West London. London City, South London, Old London, London Icons, London Pubs, West London, England Uk, London England, Battersea Power Station

London - Iconic Power

This is part of a year long project to form a guide for photographing London. See more of the project here or connect on Facebook A multistich, vertical, panoramic image shows the Battersea Powerstation on its privelaged position on the banks of the River Thames Battersea Power Station is a decommissioned coal-fired power station located on the south bank of the South West London. It comprises two individual power stations, built in two stages in the form of a single building. The two…

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Manchester Arndale Centre, 1979

Interior view of the Manchester Arndale Centre, showing the 'Totem' sculpture by Franta Belsky, which was installed in the lower mall in 1977. Photographed in April 1979, shortly before the centre was fully completed. The architect for the centre was Wilson & Womersley. [IRT20-093]

We're staying in the Midlands for the second part of our trip back to this time going to Birmingham. Birmingham Bull Ring, Birmingham City Centre, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham England, Walsall, My Town, British Isles, Day Trips, Past

Birmingham 1968

We're staying in the Midlands for the second part of our trip back to 1968, this time going to Birmingham. Or rather, a particular part of Birmingham city centre. C.E. Fudge found this part of town to be 'cluttered', which is something of an understatement. The air seems to hang heavy as the pensioners trek up and down the concrete stairs. I like the rococo roundabout in the background though. It had to be here, really. The jogged, blurry style is great on the escalator here. Check out how…

As the precursor to the larger Trellick Tower, Ernö Goldfinger's brutalist Balfron Tower in London was a testbed for the architect's utopian housing ideals. London Architecture, Urban Architecture, Architecture Details, Minecraft Architecture, Classic Architecture, Brutalist Buildings, Modern Buildings, Brutalist Design, Tower Block

Brutalist buildings: Balfron Tower, London by Ernö Goldfinger

As the precursor to the larger Trellick Tower, Ernö Goldfinger's brutalist Balfron Tower in London was a testbed for the architect's utopian housing ideals.