We love Brutalist architecture, and England has some great examples. Its a strange thing - Brutalism is such a polarising style, but there's an honesty in it, and also a belief in design and it's ability to influence our lives for the better - two qualities completely lacking in most modern architecture. Many people believe that Brutalism failed miserably in it's mission, but I sense a shift in opinion over the last 15 years. Compared to what followed (1980's post modernism for example), which do you prefer?
Here's a list of some of the best Brutalism London has to offer: