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Brutalist buildings: Balfron Tower, London by Ernö Goldfinger
As the precursor to the larger Trellick Tower, Ernö Goldfinger's brutalist Balfron Tower in London was a testbed for the architect's utopian housing ideals.
The Pepys Estate, Deptford: for ‘the peaceful enjoyment and well-being of Londoners’
The Pepys Estate was famous, then it was infamous, now it just looks and feels like a pretty decent place to live. It was a GLC showpiece before it became (or was portrayed as) a ‘nightmare’. Its…
Seacroft, Leeds, May 1969. An election poster can be seen in the foreground.
These slides were used in a lecture presented by JR James at the Department of Town and Regional Planning at The University of Sheffield between 1967 and 1978.
Work in progress on the Churchill Gardens Estate in Pimlico,...
Work in progress on the Churchill Gardens Estate in Pimlico, south-west London, 4th April 1955. On the left is Sheraton House and on the right, Chippendale House. Designed by architects Powell and...
Urban Ghosts Media is coming soon
Glasgow's Red Road flats were once the highest in Europe before crime, alienation and antisocial behaviour led to their demolition.
Brutalist buildings: Park Hill, Sheffield by Jack Lynn and Ivor Smith
To kick off a series on classic Brutalist buildings, we revisit Park Hill – the housing estate that brought "streets in the sky" to Sheffield after WW2.
The Brutalist Playground
S1 Artspace is an artist-led organisation providing studio space for over twenty Sheffield based artists and a project space, which presents an annual programme of contemporary exhibitions, screenings and events.
The first Red Road Tower Block has been Demolished
Nearly 275 kilos of explosives brought down the first Red Road tower block this past weekend, marking the beginning of a controlled demolition...