To some people, London's brutalist buildings are nothing but concrete eyesores, but to others, these post-war buildings are architectural masterpieces. If you're in the latter camp, then you'll want to get your hands on this lovely new brutalist London map, produced by Blue Crow Media and the Twentieth Century Society, which features over 50 examples of brutalist architecture in the city, including the National Theatre, the Barbican and Keeling House in Bethnal Green. As well as a detailed map pinpointing each building in red, the other side of the map includes pictures of some of the buildings with details of its location, the year it was built, its listing status and information about who designed and built each building.
The Brutalist London Map is £8 - buy it here.
See more pictures of London's best brutalist architecture from the map: