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Explore the history behind the creation of the open spaces, gardens, and conservatorythat are found across the Barbican Estateand Arts Centre.

For over a decade (1940–1956), the devastated postwar site where this exhibition now stands was a wild landscape. Debate on the urban role of open space raged on, while weeds gently but effectively regenerated the City from its ashes. A monumental landscape emerged, combining low and high rise buildings and spaces, creating an enclosed, urban fabric within the City.

Flying Trees and Sunken Squares is the fifth of the changing foyer displays. It explores the history and design of the Barbican Estate and Arts Centre and is divided into three sections.A selection of books from founding CPB partner Geoffrey Powell bring to light references from continental Europe and inspiration from the English garden. A selection of archival drawings and illustrations conveys the interweaving of artifice and nature. At its centrehistorical drawings of the Conservatory and newly commissioned botanical photographycelebrate the glass and steel design of this hidden garden.

How do you maintain a tropical conservatory surrounded by concrete? Neil Anderson, ourHead Craftsperson, is the man to speak to. Find out more about his work and his experience working at the Barbican.

Discover more about the history of our Grade II listed building plus debates and discussion about architecture – with slight favouritism towards Brutalism…

Our Managing Director Sir Nicholas Kenyon introduces a new initiative in the north-west of the City, Culture Mile.

Location Barbican Centre Silk Street, London EC2Y 8DS

Location

Nearby public transport We are within walking distance from a number of London Underground stations, the closest being Barbican, St Paul’s and Moorgate. The nearest train stations are Liverpool Street and Farringdon. Bus Route 153 runs directly past the Barbican along Chiswell Street Car and bicycle parking

Nearby public transport

We have free bicycle spaces and paid car parking spaces available

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