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Back to Brutalism

After a few months away from my Beautiful Brutalism project it was lovely to have a few days to work on it again and set up two more shoots. The first building I photographed was the Royal College of Physicians, London designed by Denys Lasdun in 1959. The building has a more classical feel then his most notable design, The National Theatre on the Southbank but still has those lovely angles and simple lines which I enjoy photographing.





The next building I wanted to add to my project is a smaller and less well known brutalist structure, Welbeck Street Car Park in Central London. Built in 1970 by Michael Blampied it is a real gem. With it's interlocking diamond-shaped concrete panels it definitely makes a statement, in an era when even a simple car park was well designed and didn't just blend into the urban landscape it still looks amazing.




To view the rest of the images and my project so far please visit my website.

Tortus Copenhagen

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of meeting and photographing Eric Landon and Karin Blach Nielsen of Tortus Copenhagen. I visited their beautiful studios in the heart of Copenhagen and the images from the shoot can be found here.

Tortus Copenhagen Website