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Filename: ff003100.jpg

Size: 4158 x 4204 (16.0MB)

Date: 19th October 2017

Source: Historic England

Credit: © Historic England Archive

Copyright Status: Copyrighted Work

Source: Historic England Archive

Owner URL: images.historicenglandservices.org.uk

Job Title: Photographer

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Senate House FF003100

Senate House, Malet Street, Camden, Greater London. A view through winter trees in Russell Square. Constructed 1932-1938 by Charles Holden, on its completion this landmark was the tallest building in London apart from St Pauls Cathedral. Photographed by John Gay

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University Brutalist Public Building


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> Architecture > Modern Architecture > Space, Hope and Brutalism

> Architecture > Modern Architecture

> Historic Images > Famed Photographers > John Gay Collection (1945-1990)


EDITORS COMMENTS
This print showcases the majestic Senate House, located on Malet Street in Camden, Greater London. Through the lens of acclaimed photographer John Gay, we are treated to a mesmerizing view framed by winter trees in Russell Square. Constructed between 1932 and 1938 by the visionary architect Charles Holden, this iconic landmark stood as London's second tallest building upon its completion, only surpassed by St Paul's Cathedral. The image beautifully captures the essence of Senate House's architectural grandeur and its harmonious integration with nature. The juxtaposition of stark Brutalist design against the delicate branches and bare foliage creates a striking visual contrast. This photograph not only celebrates an exceptional public building but also highlights how it coexists seamlessly within its urban surroundings. As one gazes at this remarkable composition, it is impossible not to be awestruck by both the scale and elegance of Senate House. John Gay skillfully captures every intricate detail - from its imposing fa├žade to the meticulously designed windows that punctuate its structure. Through this evocative image, Historic England invites us to appreciate not just the historical significance of Senate House but also its enduring beauty as a symbol of academic excellence and intellectual pursuit. It serves as a reminder that architecture can transcend time and become an integral part of our cultural heritage for generations to come.

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