Neave Brown

1970s brutalism: Neave Brown-designed duplex apartment on the Alexandra & Ainsworth Estate, London NW8

Another love it or hate it example of 1970s brutalism, courtesy of this Neave Brown-designed duplex apartment on the Alexandra & Ainsworth Estate, London NW8. As you probably know, this Rowley Way apartment was one of several similar places built between 1972 and 1978 to a design by Neave Brown. A significant new room, as […]

On the market: 1960s Neave Brown-designed brutalist apartment in Rowley Way, London NW8

Despite the financing issues, these are always popular. So it is nice to see this 1960s Neave Brown-designed brutalist apartment in Rowley Way, London NW8 hitting the market. This is one-bedroom flat complete with south-facing balcony, found on the second floor of the Alexandra & Ainsworth Estate. That was built in the late 1960s and […]

On the market: 1970s Neave Brown-designed brutalist duplex apartment in Rowley Way, London NW8

These places are incredibly popular when they featured on the site. But as ever, there is a downside to buying something like this 1970s Neave Brown-designed apartment in the brutalist Rowley Way development, London NW8. More on that later, but for now, let’s look at the apartment itself, which is to be found on the […]

On the market: 1970s Neave Brown-designed brutalist apartment in Rowley Way, London NW8

I think this is where we split into ‘love’ and ‘hate’ camps. We personally love this 1970s Neave Brown-designed brutalist apartment in Rowley Way, London NW8, but I suspect it isn’t to everyone’s tastes. It is found on the Alexandra & Ainsworth Estate (aka Alexandra Road) and is described by the agent as the ‘most […]

On the market: 1960s grade II-listed Neave Brown-designed modernist property in London N19

We featured one of these back in 2013. If you missed out then, do check out this 1960s grade II-listed Neave Brown-designed modernist property in London N19. This is part of the terrace, but an end of terrace, which is usually a more desirable proposition. It dates from the mid-1960s and is found in what’s […]