Beautiful Brutalism – Birmingham
From a post by Sid Langley on the Birmingham Post blogs, a photo that shows just how lovely Central Library could/should/did/can look again without all the
Clorindo Testa, Cemal Emden, FEDERICO CAIROLI · The Bank of London and South America
[Published in DIVISARE BOOKS issue #71](https://divisare.com/books/257-cemal-emden-bolsa-clorindo-testa) A reportage by Cemal Emden and Federico Cairoli.
Gallery of Contemporary Architecture Captured by Mexican Photographers - 64
Image 64 of 89 from gallery of Contemporary Architecture Captured by Mexican Photographers. Photograph by Adlai Pulido
The Alexandra Road Estate, Camden: ‘a magical moment for English housing’
In the sixties, London was swinging and Harold Wilson had promised a new Britain forged in the ‘white heat’ of a technological revolution. That may have been hype but something of it resonates whe…
GKC/CC/2/1/17 St Peter's College, Cardross - 1966
The main entrance to the college with artificial water feature. To learn more about Gillespie, Kidd and Coia please select here
Books-Atlas Of Brutalist Architecture Book
A landmark survey of one of architecture's most controversial yet popular styles - in a great, new, classic edition The Brutalist aesthetic is enjoying a renaissance - and this book documents Brutalism as never before. In the most wide-ranging investigation ever undertaken into one of architecture's most powerful movements, more than 850 Brutalist buildings - existing and demolished, classic and contemporary - are organized geographically into nine continental regions. Much-loved…
Alexandra Road Estate, Camden, London in 1979 - Verdict Designbuild
The Alexandra Road Estate in 1979. It was designed so that every dwelling had private outdoor space. Image courtesy of Martin Charles / RIBA Collections.