Brutalist Sydney Map
This two-sided folding map features Sydney’s (and its suburbs) most iconic and inspiring examples of Brutalist architecture from Pennant Hills to Sutherland and Curl Curl to Penrith.
The reverse side of the map features details of fifty buildings, photographs and an introduction to Brutalism in Sydney by Glenn Harper.
Brutalist architecture is characterized by its use of raw, concrete materials, rugged, functional forms, and a focus on the functional rather than the decorative. The Brutalist Sydney Map features a range of buildings, including office buildings, housing complexes, cultural centers, and more, all of which showcase the distinctive Brutalist style.
The map also includes information on the location and history of each building, as well as photographs and descriptions of the architectural features that make them unique.
Whether you are a fan of Brutalist architecture or simply want to learn more about the city of Sydney, the Brutalist Sydney Map is an excellent resource for discovering the unique and iconic structures that define this vibrant and dynamic city.
|Dimensions||15 × 21 × 1 cm|