Let’s face it: You’re not going to London anytime soon. You should’t even be leaving the house let alone flying across the Atlantic. Why do you need a map of Brutalist architecture in London right now? It's aspirational. It’ll give you something to look forward to. Don’t stop thinking about tomorrow. And we love London. They have foxes running around in the city. Isn’t that charming and weird?
Brutalist London Map features over fifty leading examples of Brutalist architecture in London, from the Alexandra Road Estate to World’s End Housing. Celebrated Brutalist buildings such as the Trellick Tower, the Barbican and the National Theatre are included along with lesser known, yet equally influential buildings. The reverse side of the map features an introduction to Brutalism by Henrietta Billings, photos by Simon Phipps, and details about each building.
Authors: Henrietta Billings and Simon Phipps
Size (folded): 6 × 8.25 inches
Size (flat): 24 × 16.5 inches
Publisher: Blue Crow Media, 2015