Photos must be of Brutalist architecture built in the United Kingdom. Brutalism is often categorised by large monolithic sculptural forms, usually but not always constructed from in-situ concrete. Examples of UK Brutalism include the Barbican Estate in London, St. Peter's Seminary in Cardross, Preston bus station, Denys Lasdun's National Theatre plus many more.
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