University of East Anglia (UEA)

Architect: Denys Lasdun
Date Built: 1962D - 1968
Usage: Mixed
Listed Building Status: Grade 2*
The Brutalist

The Brutalist

Denys Lasdun: University of East Anglia (UEA), 1962D–1968

Finally, I was able to go and see one of the brutalist buildings on my list, the first one sinde the pandemic started…and it poured down!

Never mind, it was good to be out and a useful exercise to have a very quick trot round before the horizontal rain stopped play. I shot just the front of the building but drove around it on my way out and I’ll be back in better weather to photograph this properly.

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