Suffolk Street Queensway, BIRMINGHAM, B1 1LN


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Kensington House, Suffolk Street Queensway, Birmingham
An undistinguished office block, possibly the work of James A. Roberts, 1972-74, who was responsible, with the city council, for the two towers behind, 1968-71. They are known collectively as the Sentinels.
Image: © Stephen Richards Taken: 26 Aug 2011
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Suffolk Street, Queensway
Facing panels bring a splash of colour for drivers on Birmingham's Inner Ring Road.
Image: © John M Taken: 1 May 2008
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Suffolk St Queensway from Gough Street, Birmingham
Central Birmingham looking down from Gough Street.
Image: © Stephen McKay Taken: 3 Aug 2022
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A38 Queensway in Birmingham
Image: © Mat Fascione Taken: 27 Sep 2015
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Suffolk Street Queensway (A38) seen from Holloway Circus, Birmingham
Image: © habiloid Taken: 2 Mar 2013
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Suffolk Street Queensway (A38), Birmingham
The A38 trunk road descending into an underpass beneath Holloway Circus, in central Birmingham.
Image: © Malc McDonald Taken: 13 Jun 2010
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Emerging From Queensway Tunnel, A38 Southbound
Image: © Roy Hughes Taken: 6 May 2009
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Brutalist Brum: Ellis Street multistorey car park
The Holloway Head district of central Birmingham suffered heavy damage in the second world war and was redeveloped in the 1960s and 70s in an uncompromisingly modern style. This photo of the Ellis Street multistorey car park was taken from Gough Street, with Ellis Street branching off to the right. In the background can be seen the Sentinels, two 90m, 31-storey blocks of council flats designed by C Bryant & Son; Cleveland Tower was completed in 1970 and Clydesdale Tower in 1971. They have their own Wikipedia article here , which describes their unusual history. Brutalism is defined by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) as 'a style with an emphasis on materials, textures and construction, producing highly expressive forms.' . This style, popular with architects (though not with the general public) from the 1950s through to the 1970s, was characterised by the use of 'beton brut' (raw concrete), its surface exposed and textured with the patterns of the wooden shuttering into which the concrete was poured.
Image: © A J Paxton Taken: 5 Mar 2022
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New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham
Image: © Chris Whippet Taken: 22 Jun 2014
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Jazzy tunnel walls in Birmingham
Image: © Andrew Abbott Taken: 29 May 2010
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