A Child’s Guide to Brutalism
April 9 - July 5Free
Venture into new display of architecture with contains a strong theme of brutalism in both children and adults.
What is brustalist architecture? A good example is the Queen Elizabeth Hall and Hayward Galary built in the 1960s. This architecture style has continued to impress public for over 50 years. A group of school children from Ashmole Primary School in Lambeth will explore this distinctive style of architecture and giving another views and response towards the art.
The display will offer an insight into the history of brutalism and how the 1960s buildings came to be.