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Brutalism in Photos Feature

 


 

Oracle Time Magazine featured a lovely positive article about brutalist architecture in London in their June issue of the magazine and online.

 Along with photographs from my ongoing personal project Beautiful Brutalism they also featured the work of photographers Simon Phipps and Hayley Goodwin. The online article can be read here.

 



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