Picture Credit: Christopher Thomond for the Guardian

Picture Credit: Christopher Thomond for the Guardian

Brutalist architecture is like marmite. You either love it, or hate it. It might seem surprising then to see that The National Trust, who are more often associated with historical country houses than urban tower blocks are teaming up with the Southbank Centre to explore the motivations, intentions and buildings of the Brutalist Buildings in London. However, according to the trust's London Creative Director. "There has been something of revolution within the National Trust, which says we don't only have to do things at the places we own."

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