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50 Queen Anne's Gate, London, designed by Basil Spence 1976.

The former Home Office of the UK government.

A truly brutal example of Brutalist architecture.

The building is now occupied by the Ministry of Justice.

Photograph © Andrew Dunn, 29 September 2004.
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