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Collection by Tajay Bennett

Tajay Bennett
For those for whom culture is associated with shopping, London has more than its share of possibilities. There are campy stores and quaint shoppes. The city has pricey and unique sellers along with Marks and Spencer. This is not to forget Harrods. Council Estate, Council House, Urban Photography, Street Photography, Space Photography, Tower Block, Built Environment, Brutalist, Urban Landscape

Alton Estate: Roehampton

Explore London From The Rooftops' photos on Flickr. London From The Rooftops has uploaded 4464 photos to Flickr.

Amazing Brutalist Architecture That Can Fascinate You In the which also coincided with the end of World War II, renowned architects such as Le Corbusier, Peter and Alison Smithson, Erno Goldfinger, and Patrick Hodgkinson began building high… Concrete Architecture, London Architecture, Industrial Architecture, Architecture Plan, Interior Architecture, Interior Design, British Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Japanese Architecture

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

Heygate Estate, Elephant and Castle Council Estate, Council House, Urban Photography, Street Photography, Landscape Photography, Film Photography, Photography Ideas, Building Photography, Land Use

The Quietus | Opinion | Black Sky Thinking | Council House Music: Exploiting Local Authority Architecture

Josh Hall looks at how musicians such as Damon Albarn and David Guetta exploit London tower blocks and housing estates. Thanks to Arthur John Picton for Heygate photograph

Affair scene in death of a salesman essay Dissertation thesis titles quizlet cause and effect essay on lung cancer treatments essay on mans search for meaning god compare contrast essay high school vs college. Brutalist Buildings, Modern Buildings, Beautiful Buildings, Council Estate, Council House, London Architecture, Art And Architecture, Tower Block, Barbican


Regular readers of LLCH may have seen the competition I ran as part of the Open House London weekend to win a guided tour of the Trellick Tower. Firstly, a big thank you to everyone who entered – I wish I could have taken all of you with me! It’s so exciting to see …

London council housing: Trellick Tower: is one example of what poorer people stereotypically do for fun graffitiing on buildings. Council Estate, Council House, Street Photography, Landscape Photography, London Architecture, A Level Art, Urban Life, Built Environment, Brutalist


The Trellick Tower is arguably the most famous piece of council house architecture in London, if not the country. As well as being a symbol for the by-gone era of high-rise brutalist buildings, Trellick became synonymous with social problems, ranging from racial tension to troubled youths, in its notorious heyday. The Guardian says: “One Christmas, …

HEYGATE ESTATE | ELEPHANT & CASTLE | WALWORTH | SOUTHWARK | LONDON | ENGLAND: *Completed: 1974; Demolished: 2011-2014; Designed By: Tim Timker* British Architecture, London Architecture, Council Estate, Only Fools And Horses, Elephant And Castle, Tower Block, Social Housing, Built Environment, Urban Photography

Heygate Estate | Heygate Estate 34

Photographs of the Heygate Estate, Elephant & Castle, Walworth, Southwark, South London. Soon to be demolished, it is a stark, yet strangely beautiful view of urban decay. It was built in the 1970's and is a good example of post-war, neo-brutalist architecture. Designed by Tim Tinker, it had an optimistic beginning, but soon had a reputation for crime and violence.

estate: post-industrial ruin at the end of thatcher’s britain – Courtney Nettleford - LessBo Ideas Grunge Photography, Urban Photography, Film Photography, Street Photography, Minimalist Photography, Color Photography, White Photography, Newborn Photography, Photography Ideas

estate: post-industrial ruin at the end of thatcher's britain

Robert Clayton's images of a council estate in Birmingham in 1991 visually crystallises the legacy of Tory government.