Brutalist London map published by Blue Crow Media in association with the Twentieth Century Society.
The Brutalist London map is an invaluable guide to London's Brutalist architectural heritage. It identifies more than 50 key post-war buildings that were at the vanguard of design and construction technology at the time of building, and which remain design icons to this day.
This elegantly designed fold-out guide has been published in collaboration with the Twentieth Century Society and features photographs by Simon Phipps.
The buildings featured range from some of the capitals most celebrated architectural landmarks - such as the National Theatre and the Southbank Centre - to lesser known concrete gems like the Elephant and Rhinoceros Pavilion at London Zoo and Keeling House in Bethnal Green. The information provided on each building includes the location, date, architect and current listing status.
The Brutalist London Map celebrates an important aspect of the design heritage of Great Britain and is intended to encourage the appreciation and preservation of a diverse and special collection of buildings.
Printed with a map on one side and text and photos on the reverse.
Folded: 21 x 15cm
Unfolded: 42cm x 60cm
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Delivery Mainland UK £4.95
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