Welbeck Street car park is one of London’s most iconic brutalist-era landmarks. The multi-storey building was designed by Michael Blampied & Partners and completed in 1970. With it’s geometric modular facade, made up of 100+ concrete diamond-shaped frames, this building is a must-see when in London. However, time is of the essence as Westminster Council recently approved the demolition of this architectural classic to make way for a 10-storey hotel.
Thanks to those who has submitted their shots of it so far (below). If you’re lucky enough to stand beneath it before it’s demolished, snap my favourite composition, submit, and i’ll add them here, too.