London Architecture in the 1960s

Poster mapping the most interesting decade in London’s recent history, the 60s. It’s a zenit of British brutalism with buildings like Hayward Gallery, Balfron Tower or Space House. One of the modern the symbols of London – Post Office Tower opened, as well as already demolished and forgotten Elephant and Castle Odeon. In the skies above soars Hawker Hunter, which flew through Tower Bridge in protest against government. At the bottom Q1 trolleybus, which hit the roads of London for the last time in 1962.

High quality print on 210gsm matt paper

Printed in London

Delivered rolled and packaged in a hard-wearing cardboard tube.




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A1 – 84x59cm, A2 – 59x42cm, A3 – 42x30cm