The Barbican ❤️

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Designer Maria Speake helped her clients transformed their "corporate-looking" London flat into a warm and inviting home. Let's check out this lovely home, shall we? Cozy Living Rooms, Home Living Room, Living Spaces, Plywood Kitchen, Salons Cosy, Home Interior, Home Decor Inspiration, Design Inspiration, Room Decor

A flat in London's iconic Barbican Centre transformed by Retrouvius

Responding to the challenge of turning a 'corporate-looking' flat in the Barbican into a welcoming home for her clients, Maria Speake used reclaimed materials to create a warm interior compatible with the Brutalist Seventies architecture.

Barbican Conservatory London 2019 Haarkon Barbican Conservatory Greenhouse Glasshouse jungle plants green london travel concrete architecture water pond carp The post Barbican Conservatory London 2019 appeared first on Architecture Decor. Barbican Conservatory, What Is A Conservatory, Concrete Architecture, Garden Architecture, London Architecture, H Design, Water Pond, Concrete Jungle, Brutalist

Barbican Conservatory — London — Haarkon Adventures

London's largest glasshouse after Kew Gardens.

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Eliza Southwood Cycling Prints

Eliza Southwood popular cycling prints - hand printed limited edition screenprints

Visions of an Industrial Age // The Barbican Estrate, Exterior Detail © Lee Mawdsley British Architecture, Architecture Details, Interior Architecture, Modern Architectural Styles, Brutalist Buildings, Concrete Facade, London Landmarks, Barbican, Interesting Buildings

The Barbican Estate: A Brutalist Vision

We expose the history behind the controversial London landmark that was designed to be a utopian, urban ideal

The Barbican, London, 1976 – Chamberlain Powell & Bon. Typical Tower Plan – thre… The Barbican, London, 1976 – Chamberlain Powell & Bon. Architecture Design, Romanesque Architecture, Cultural Architecture, Residential Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Plan Hotel, Hotel Floor Plan, Building Plans, Building Design

Brutalist buildings: Barbican Estate by Chamberlin, Powell and Bon

The Barbican Estate is one of the largest examples of the Brutalist style and represents a utopian ideal for inner-city living.

Paul Catherall - Barbican I - linocut Cityscape Art, Barbican, A Level Art, London Art, Brutalist, Architecture Details, Architecture Posters, Linocut Prints, Arquitetura

Paul Catherall - Barbican

Paul Catherall "Barbican" limited edition linocut print. Similar work available from St. Jude's Modern British and our online print store.

City University Business School was here. Exterior Design, Interior And Exterior, London Summer, London Skyline, Barbican, Dream City, Concrete Jungle, Brutalist, London England

Greg Ball on Instagram: “That one point at Barbican. - - - #london #londononly #london_only #ig_london #igerslondon #ig_Europa #timeoutlondon #guardiancities…”

147 Likes, 4 Comments - Greg Ball (@aldap.io) on Instagram: “That one point at Barbican. - - - #london #londononly #london_only #ig_london #igerslondon…”

The Barbican Estate is one of the largest examples of the Brutalist style and represents a utopian ideal for inner-city living. London Architecture, Architecture Details, Interior Architecture, Brutalist Buildings, 1 Gif, Barbican, Old Street, Master Plan, Dezeen

Brutalist buildings: Barbican Estate by Chamberlin, Powell and Bon

The Barbican Estate is one of the largest examples of the Brutalist style and represents a utopian ideal for inner-city living.

A Grade II listed building, the Barbican is one of London’s best examples of Brutalist architecture. Coupes Architecture, Architecture 101, Architecture Drawings, Classic Architecture, Sectional Perspective, Section Drawing, Architectural Section, Architectural Sketches, Brutalist

Own Work - Site Visit: Barbican Oct 2013

The Barbican is a vast estate built during the 1960s and the 1970s designed by Chamberlin, Powell, and Bon; in the centre of London. ...

An urban utopia of concert halls, fountains and art galleries at the heart of a housing estate in London? Peter Bloomfield reveals his cache of photographs charting the construction of a British brutalist icon Public Display, Barbican, Space Architecture, Concert Hall, Brutalist, 1970s, Concrete, Art Gallery, Construction

Concrete plan: building the Barbican in the 1970s – in pictures

An urban utopia of concert halls, fountains and art galleries at the heart of a housing estate in London? Peter Bloomfield reveals his cache of photographs charting the construction of a British brutalist icon

🎵Walking in a Winter Wonderland! Bold Colors, Colours, Barbican, Brutalist, Modern Architecture, Winter Wonderland, Walking, Snow, Memories

Sally Bradforth on Instagram: “Last ones, I promise...! 🎵Walking in a Winter Wonderland! 🎵”

53 Likes, 6 Comments - Sally Bradforth (@sallybradforth) on Instagram: “Last ones, I promise...! 🎵Walking in a Winter Wonderland! 🎵”

Barbican Balconies, as a print or a greetings card - visit my  #etsy shop 👀  etsy.com/uk/shop/SallyBradforth  #cards #brutalistprint #barbicancard #barbicanprint #barbicanart #londonarchitecture London Architecture, Barbican, Brutalist, Balconies, Say Hi, Digital Illustration, Your Cards, Greeting Cards, Notes

Barbican Balconies / Greetings Card / Notecard / London

For the brutalism fan in your life - whether youre celebrating a special occasion, or just dropping them a note to say hi. Greetings/note card featuring a digital illustration of Shakespeare Tower, on the beautiful Barbican Estate - Londons most iconic Brutalist housing complex. The Barbican is my

Oh hey there, sunshine - it’s been a while. British Architecture, Barbican, Brutalist, Ww2, Sunshine, Memories, London, Instagram, Memoirs

Sally Bradforth on Instagram: “Oh hey there, sunshine - it’s been a while...! 🌞😎”

48 Likes, 2 Comments - Sally Bradforth (@sallybradforth) on Instagram: “Oh hey there, sunshine - it’s been a while...! 🌞😎”