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Chamberlin Powell & Bon : Architecture

Modernist English Architecture Practice, UK

Chamberlin Powell & Bon – Key Projects

Chamberlin, Powell and Bon buildings, all in England, UK:

Barbican complex, London
Golden Lane Estate, London
New Hall, Cambridge
University of Leeds expansion, Yorkshire

Key Chamberlin, Powell and Bon building

New Hall College, Cambridge, England, UK
New Hall College
photo © Adrian Welch
Chamberlin, Powell and Bon : New Hall Cambridge

Brutalist concrete, unusual organic forms

Key Chamberlin, Powell and Bon housing

The Barbican Complex, City of London
Barbican Complex
photo © Adrian Welch
Chamberlin, Powell and Bon : Barbican Centre

Seven acres of arts buildings and housing including 3 of London’s tallest residential tower blocks

The Barbican Centre has been voted London’s ugliest building

Status: Grade II listed, 2001

Style: brutalist architecture

More buildings by these English Modernist architects soon

Location: London, south east England, UK

Practice Information

Architects Studio formerly based in London, UK

Chamberlin, Powell and Bon : London Architects

Practice Founded: 1952

Style: Modernist – ‘Brutalist’, exposed concrete buildings

Architect Partners: Geoffry Powell, Peter Chamberlin and Christoph Bon
All taught at Kingston Polytechnic

Powell won the Golden Lane Estate architecture competition, London, in 1951

Influenced by Le Corbusier

Stirling Prize

Chamberlin, Powell and Bon Influence : Le Corbusier

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