Brutalist London: Southwyck House Brixton
Brutalist London: Southwyck House Brixton

Brutalist London: Southwyck House Brixton


A neo-Brutalist Icon: Southwyck House, SW9 is known locally as the Barrier Block. This bright and colourful print is just right for adding some colour and style to your living room.

It would look great hung near a big potted palm.

Southwyck House Brixton by Eye for London

Matte Prints on 250gsm thick paper

A3 size

This print comes unframed. Please come to our Brick Lane shop for framing options.



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