Brutalist Dig Of The Day: The Brunswick

New Brutalism started out as an efficient style for post-war Britain – honest with its expression of materials, practical, cheap but futuristic. Unfortunately it didn’t transform Britain into a modernist paradise but instead, new brutalism became the house style for welfare architecture.

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Issey Miyake In London

Japanese architect Tokujin Yoshioka has exceeded my expectation with the new Issey Miyake store at 10 Brook Street.¬†Clad with anodised aluminium, the store screams personality and colour, with its’ rich hues of blue contrasting with my favourite material, concrete.

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Space Of The Week: Taylor Taylor

On my first visit to Taylor Taylor I was immediately struck by how much it stood out from the corner of Portobello Road, amongst its’ fairly drab surroundings. The award-winning salon chain is renowned for it chic salons and seems to be continuously inspired by the lavishness of 18th century France.

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