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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)

The third one down looks like an homage to the Witch-king of Angmar... Abandoned monuments that look like they’re from the future

Abandoned monuments that look like they’re from the future

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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.

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.

"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.

Brutalist Architecture - Barbican housing estate, London, PentaxForums.com

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,

Roads Ministry building, Tbilisi now the head office of Bank of Georgia

George Chakhava & Zurab Jalaghania, Ministry Of Highways Of The Soviet Republic Of Georgia, Brutalist Architecture

Minimal Belgrade: Futuristic photography series captures Belgrade’s 20th-century architecture | Creative Boom

The Soviet era, strangely futuristic brutalist architecture of the Serbian capital captured by photographer Mirko Nahmijas. MORE: Minimal Belgrade Previous Brutalism fubiz

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