I've always been moved by brutalism…
… I don't think a lot of people appreciate this movement and I understand why. I can't put into words what I like about this super severe style of architecture but I've always loved huge hunks of concrete and how they cut space both gracefully and ruthlessly at the same time.
The Barbican Centre was one of my Must Sees on my London trip, architecture wise. I probably could have gone to one of the newer buildings, but I decided to head to this one (which is now a center for exhibitions on art, design, music, film, etc.). Built in the 60s all the way to the 70s, it absolutely echoes one of my local faves, the CCP designed by Leandro Locsin.
In hindsight, I wish I had taken more interior shots! Putting that on my To Do list for next time :)