John Outram’s “muscular and cartoonish” Cambridge Judge Business School is mentioned in this article reviewing Owen Hatherley’s Modern buildings in Britain book.
What attracts him most is evidence of strong minds, of architects who know what they want and go for it. Most strong-minded of all is brutalism – “responsible,” says Hatherley, “for most of the genuine masterpieces of 20th-century architecture in Britain” – the love of which is a driving force behind the book. (subs)
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