Hayward Gallery, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Higgs and Hill, 1968.
|:||Shot from below, the image shows the dramatic overhang of the concrete structure. Hayward Gallery, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Higgs and Hill, 1968.|
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|:||Hayward Gallery, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Higgs and Hill, 1968.|
|:||Higgs and Hill|
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|:||The massing and extensive use of exposed concrete construction are features typical of Brutalist architecture. The initial concept was designed, with the Queen Elizabeth Hall and Purcell Room, as an addition to the Southbank Centre arts complex by team leader Norman Engleback, assisted by John Attenborough, Ron Herron and Warren Chalk.|
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