Southbank Centre Arts Complex, London

A silhouette of a pedestrian standing beside roadside planters beneath the elevated walkway of Queen Elizabeth Hall, part of the Southbank Centre arts complex, on the South Bank in London, England, 8th May 1970. The Brutalist concert venue was designed by Hubert Bennett, head of the architects department of the Greater London Council, with Jack Whittle, FG West and Geoffrey Horsefall. (Photo by Peter King/Fox Photos/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
A silhouette of a pedestrian standing beside roadside planters beneath the elevated walkway of Queen Elizabeth Hall, part of the Southbank Centre arts complex, on the South Bank in London, England, 8th May 1970. The Brutalist concert venue was designed by Hubert Bennett, head of the architects department of the Greater London Council, with Jack Whittle, FG West and Geoffrey Horsefall. (Photo by Peter King/Fox Photos/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Southbank Centre Arts Complex, London
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Credit:
Peter King / Stringer
Editorial #:
1744858012
Collection:
Hulton Archive
Date created:
19 January, 1971
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Hulton Archive
Object name:
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