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Alexandra Road is perhaps the most iconic estate creating during the glory days at Camden Borough Council – when large scale social housing projects were still high on the agenda. The estate was designed and constructed between by architect Neave Brown. Social Housing Architecture, British Architecture, Futuristic Architecture, Beautiful Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Interior Architecture, Architecture Colleges, Security Architecture, Classical Architecture
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Alexandra Road

Alexandra Road is perhaps the most iconic estate creating during the glory days at Camden Borough Council – when large scale social housing projects were still high on the agenda. The estate …

The Alexandra Road Estate, a very British example of brutalist architecture Rowley Way, London Types Of Architecture, London Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Social Housing, Urban City, Brutalist, Urban Landscape, Urban Design, Building A House
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Playground near Brockwell Park, Bedford House Sreatham, London Bedford House, Outdoor Play Structures, Council Estate, Tower Block, Old London, South London, Vintage London, Playground Design, Brutalist

Education | Historic England

Find out about our inspiring education and work experience resources for pupils and teachers to learn about their local and national heritage.

Brutalist Architecture - Barbican in the City of London - Architecture firm Chamberlin, Powell and Bon Concrete Architecture, London Architecture, Concrete Building, Gothic Architecture, Architecture Design, Brutalist Buildings, City Buildings, Council Estate, Concrete Structure
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Barbican Estate

The Barbican Estate is a residential estate built during the 1960s and the 1970s in the City of London

Trellick Tower in North Kensington - Brutalist architecture: a concept made concrete Brutalist Design, Brutalist Buildings, Modern Buildings, Amazing Architecture, Architecture Details, Interior Architecture, Building Art, Building Structure, London Skyline
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Last one standing — Gorbals, Glasgow, 1968 — Photo: Oscar Marzaroli Glasgow Architecture, Modern Architecture, Gorbals Glasgow, Council Estate, Tower Block, London History, Glasgow Scotland, Monochrom, Slums
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Waiting For The Magic: The Photography Of Oscar Marzaroli - Aberdeen Voice

In a world where every living moment seems to be captured on a smartphone camera, it is a delight to revisit the work of a true photographic artist.

Visions of an Industrial Age // Alexandra and Ainsworth Estate South Hampstead, London, Neave Brown, Camden Council’s Architects Department, Photo: Simon Phipps: Brutalist Buildings, Modern Buildings, Modern Architecture, Council Estate, Artistic Photography, Urban Photography, Urban Life, London City, Concrete
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James Stirling - Engineering Building, University of Leicester, United Kingdom, 1963 Beautiful Architecture, Modern Architecture, Futurism Architecture, Leicester Uk, James Stirling, University Architecture, Unique Buildings, Brutalist, Arquitetura

James Stirling Engineering Building, University of Leicester, United Kingdom, 1963

Brutalist buildings: Balfron Tower, London by Ernö Goldfinger London Architecture, Urban Architecture, Concept Architecture, Brutalist Buildings, Modern Buildings, Interesting Buildings, Amazing Buildings, Building Art, Tower Of London
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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.

28 fascinating pictures show how Birmingham city centre used to look - Birmingham Live Birmingham Market, Birmingham News, Birmingham City Centre, Birmingham England, Arcade, Nostalgic Images, Ferrat, West Midlands, Old Pictures

the track east

The Bull Ring and Rotunda at night, Birmingham 1986 (via birminghammail.co.uk)

An poster sized print, approx mm) (other products available) - Tricorn Centre, Portsmouth. View of the centre from the west photographed in November - Image supplied by Historic England - poster sized print mm) made in the UK Concrete Building, Canvas Prints, Framed Prints, Space Architecture, Concrete Architecture, Portsmouth, Land Art, Urban Landscape, Poster Size Prints
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 Goldfinger's lesser known building, in the same style as the Trellic Tower. Modern Castle, Brutalist Buildings, Brick Art, Concrete Jungle, Built Environment, Le Corbusier, East London, Architecture Design, Barbican
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Brownfield Estate, East London

The Brutalist architecture of Trellick Tower, in Maida Hill, London. It is London's most expensive per-unit council estate. London Architecture, Beautiful Architecture, Architecture Details, Interior Architecture, Brutalist Buildings, Modern Buildings, Council Estate, Tower Block, Exposed Concrete
Beautiful Architecture

The Brutalist architecture of Trellick Tower, in Maida Hill, London. It is London's most expensive per-unit council estate.

Lillington Gardens estate, Lillington Street, London, UK, 1970 (John Darbourne and Geoffrey Darke) Modern Architecture Design, Brick Architecture, Beautiful Architecture, Residential Architecture, Council Estate, Tower Block, Social Housing, Vintage London, Brutalist
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Fuck Yeah Brutalism

Urban Redevelopment, Lillington Street, London, UK, 1970 (John Darbourne and Geoffrey Darke)

Southgate, Runcorn New Town, 1973 - The Southgate housing scheme at Runcorn New Town, designed by James Stirling. Now Demolished. British Architecture, Architecture Details, Environment Design, Built Environment, Council Estate, Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe, Sense Of Place, Slums, Stirling
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Southgate, Runcorn New Town, 1973

The Southgate housing scheme at Runcorn New Town, designed by James Stirling.