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Choose from 6 pictures in our Brutalist collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Tricorn Centre BB96_10635
Tricorn Centre BB96_10635
Full Range of Prints and Gifts in Stock
Heygate Estate 27535_006
Heygate Estate 27535_006
Full Range of Prints and Gifts in Stock
Central London YMCA JLP01_10_03687
Central London YMCA JLP01_10_03687
Full Range of Prints and Gifts in Stock
Central London YMCA JLP01_08_761537
Central London YMCA JLP01_08_761537
Full Range of Prints and Gifts in Stock
Lauderdale Tower JLP01_10_04911
Lauderdale Tower JLP01_10_04911
Full Range of Prints and Gifts in Stock
Senate House FF003100
Senate House FF003100
Full Range of Prints and Gifts in Stock
Central London YMCA JLP01_08_761537 Featured Image

Central London YMCA JLP01_08_761537

Central London YMCA, Great Russell Street, Camden, Greater London. The structurally-complete tower blocks of the Central London YMCA, with scaffolding erected around the two-storey podium below, viewed from the south-east.
It was announced in February 1971 that Laing had started work on a new building at Central London YMCA, to replace an existing building which had opened in the 1910s. The project comprised four residential towers between 6 and 12 storeys high, above a podium. The towers would accommodate 1,200 residents in over 700 single and double bedrooms; staff would be accommodated in penthouse suits on the top of the three lower towers. The towers were built on a two-storey podium containing restaurants, offices, a public library, and shops. Beneath the buildings were basements 16 metres below street level, for car parks, a swimming pool, a gymnasium, a sports hall, and a conference centre. The basements and podium, which were built using reinforced concrete and structural steel, comprised Phase I of the project. The towers were built in Phase II. They were clad in 2,000 precast concrete panels and used deeply moulded white concrete window panels, both manufactured by John Laing Concrete in Princes Risborough. The building was completed in 1977, though it was partially occupied by October 1976

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