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Space, Hope and Brutalism Gallery

Post War architecture 1945-75 in England

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Choose from 66 pictures in our Space, Hope and Brutalism collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.

Heygate Estate 27535_006 Featured Space, Hope and Brutalism Print

Heygate Estate 27535_006

Heygate Estate, Heygate Street, Elephant & Castle, London. Designed by Tim Tinker in a neo-brutalist style, the estate was completed in 1974. Photographed here in September 2012, the estate is now undergoing redevelopment

© Historic England Archive

Aerial, Architecture, Brutalist

Birmingham Central Library DP137657 Featured Space, Hope and Brutalism Print

Birmingham Central Library DP137657

Birmingham Central Library, Chamberlain Square, Birmingham, West Midlands. General view of library (now demolished), from the north pediment of the Town Hall. Brutalist architecture designed by John Madin

© Historic England

Architecture, City, Concrete, Modern, Post War, Urban

Dunelm House, Durham University JLP01_08_073192 Featured Space, Hope and Brutalism Print

Dunelm House, Durham University JLP01_08_073192

Exterior view of Dunelm House, Durham University, showing a walkway and stairs. Dunelm House was designed by Architects Co-Partnership, under the supervision of Sir Ove Arup, and completed in the Brutalist style in 1965. Photograph, 1965-70. John Laing Collection

© Historic England. John Laing Photographic Collection

Architecture, Brutalist Style, Modern, Night