Brunswick Centre - London, England.
With elevated walkways, layered terraces, a dramatic central spine, and enormous ventilation towers, the Brunswick Centre could be a setting for a science fiction film. Architect Patrick Hodgkinson’s vision for the building was optimistic: a modern London village, with family homes, a cinema, and shops. The stepped terraces were designed to open the shopping street to the sky and give each apartment maximum sunlight. The futuristic appearance of Brunswick Centre, which was repaired and restored in 2006, continues to capture the eye of brutalist admirers.