Andrewes House, The Barbican


Andrewes House, part of the iconic Barbican Estate in London, was designed by Chamberlin, Powers & Bon as a utopian ideal of urban living. Its elevation is one of the finest examples of brutalist architecture in post-war Britain, completed in 1969.

Printed on 250gsm textured art paper. Available in 3 sizes.
(Frame not included)

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