The Brunswick Centre, a residential and shopping centre in Bloomsbury, London. Equally loved and hated for it’s modernist architecture, the 1960’s concrete structure is a listed building containing 560 flats. In 2002 the centre received a much needed £24 million facelist which brought many businesses into the area. It is now a popular shopping and eating area, home to cafés, the Renoir Cinema and frequent festivals and events.
Posted byBen RowePosted inArchitecture, London, ShopsTags:flats, housing, photography, renoir cinema, russell square, shopping centre, square
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3 thoughts on “Brunswick Centre”
I guess this is a rare example of ’60s concrete made good. I enjoyed the images. Thanks.
enjoyed the set. btw, that girl that caught you taking a picture in the second to last picture is smokin hot! 😉
I love Hare & Tortoise there. 😉
It’s cheap and yummy.