The Brutalist London Map is the first in of series of architecture guides produced in collaboration with the Twentieth Century Society.
This two-sided folding 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 the Twentieth Century Society's Henrietta Billings, photos by Simon Phipps and details about each building.
Perfect for a walking tour or putting into a frame, this map is printed on Cyclus Offset 140 gsm paper.
It measures 420mm x 600mm (slightly larger than A2) open and folds down to 210mm x 150mm (slightly larger than A5). The map is protected by a wide band.