London Brutalism in the 1970s

Brutal architecture of the 1970s is the most controversial period of the last century in London. Some of the buildings, like Barbican centre, National Theatre and 30 Cannon Street, are slowly winning the public favour. Others, not so much. Robin Hood Gardens, Hyde Park Barracks, World’s End Estate, Guy’s Tower, Czechoslovak Embassy or 102 Petty France – many of these have uncertain future with a prospect of demolition.
In the skies flies Concorde, in service from 1976. On the road is a silver Roadmaster bus, special series dedicated to the Queen’s Silver Jubilee in 1977.

High quality print on 210gsm matt paper

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