Posts Tagged: UMIST

Concrete Tour March 2015

Some geeks in town or Concrete Breeds Apathy

Well, it seems they knew we were coming. As the Manchester Modernist Society concrete tour began on a chilly March morning with a welcoming graffito on Tadeo Ando’s wall.. ‘Some geeks in town’. OK maybe they were right, we’ve been

Concrete Tour March 2015

Some geeks in town or Concrete Breeds Apathy

Well, it seems they knew we were coming. As the Manchester Modernist Society concrete tour began on a chilly March morning with a welcoming graffito on Tadeo Ando’s wall.. ‘Some geeks in town’. OK maybe they were right, we’ve been

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EVENT: Concrete Walk 06/12/14

On a cold day in December, a hardy band of concrete enthusiasts join us on a tour of Manchester city centre.      

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EVENT: Concrete Walk 06/12/14

On a cold day in December, a hardy band of concrete enthusiasts join us on a tour of Manchester city centre.      

renoldintjhale before

The ruination of the Renold

RENOLD BUILDING, W A GIBBON OF CRUICKSHANK & SEWARD, 1962 (former UMIST Campus) Strikingly beautiful with its distinctive concertina wall and the 1968 Victor Pasmore mural Metamorphosis running the length of the lower level of the grand duplex entrance, a

renoldintjhale before

The ruination of the Renold

RENOLD BUILDING, W A GIBBON OF CRUICKSHANK & SEWARD, 1962 (former UMIST Campus) Strikingly beautiful with its distinctive concertina wall and the 1968 Victor Pasmore mural Metamorphosis running the length of the lower level of the grand duplex entrance, a

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CAMPUS

On a given date, in a given month, the Modernist Society will declare CAMPUS DAY – a day of celebration and activites – and unilaterally proclaim and define the former UMIST campus as Manchester’s first and only post-war Conservation Area

renold building

CAMPUS

On a given date, in a given month, the Modernist Society will declare CAMPUS DAY – a day of celebration and activites – and unilaterally proclaim and define the former UMIST campus as Manchester’s first and only post-war Conservation Area