London’s 70s Brutalist Architecture Print

Ultra-detailed cityscape of brutalist London from the 1970s.

Featured buildings:
Guy’s Tower in London Bridge, 1974 by W. H. Watkins, Gray and Partners
NLA Tower (aka No. 1 Croydon, 50p building..), 1970 by Richard Seifert
Hyde Park Barracks in Knightsbridge, 1970 by Basil Spence
102 Petty France (50 Queen Anne’s Gate) in Westminster, 1976 by Basil Spence
30 Cannon Street in the City of London, 1977 by Whinney, Son and Austen Hall
World’s End Estate in Chelsea, 1977 by Jim Cadbury-Brown and Eric Lyons
Shakespeare Tower in Barbican, 1973 by Chamberlain, Powell and Bon
Robin Hood Gardens in Tower Hamlets, 1972 by Alison and Peter Smithson
Royal National Theatre on Southbank, 1976 by Denys Lasdun

On the road is RML Roadmaster bus, in a green livery used on ‘Country lines’ – London suburbs service.
In the air Concorde which started flights from Heathrow in 1976.

The illustration was also featured in Modern London: An illustrated tour of London’s cityscape from the 1920s to the present day.

High quality print on 170gsm matt paper 
Delivered in a postal tube
Printed and send from London
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A1 – 84x59cm, A2 – 59x42cm, A3 – 42x30cm, A4 – 30x21cm