This fold-out map is the first in a new series of architectural guides produced by Derek Lamberton's Blue Crow Media imprint, and made in collaboration with the Twentieth Century Society. This two sided guide features over fifty examples of brutalist architecture in London, featuring some iconic buildings, such as the Barbican and the Trellick Tower, alongside some lesser known gems. Each entry gives details on the architects, the date of build and the listing grade. There is also a nice introduction to brutalism by Henrietta Billings and some nice b/w photos taken by Simon Phipps.
From Stoke Newington School in the North to Brixton Recreation Centre in the South, this is a map that will get you looking at your surroundings in a completely new way. Or... you could frame it!
The map is printed on Cyclus Offset 140 gsm, 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 printed belly band.