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Bookshop Author EventConcrete Concept, Brutalist Buildings Around the World
The RIBA Bookshop and Frances Lincoln are pleased to invite you to an evening talk with author of Concrete Concept: Brutalist Buildings Around the World Christopher Beanland.
RIBA Bookshop Talk: Tuesday 26th April 6:30pm-8:30pm
66 Portland Place, London W1B 1AD
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Author Christopher Beanland will kick off the evening at the RIBA Bookshop by revealing what lies behind the unapologetic grey concrete facades of the Brutalist movement. He’ll then take us through a global journey into the fascinating stories of some of the most iconic, as well as some of the lesser known “Brutalist Beasts” around the world. Why were they built? What do they mean? How are they seen today? Are some of the things we’ll get to find out about this beautifully illustrated catalogue of Brutalist architecture around the globe. This evening will pay homage to the architectural movement that's loved as much as it has been hated. The talk will be followed by an audience Q&A session.
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