Tag: Nuclear Dawn

New life for Brixton’s Carlton Mansions

Local architect Zac Monro tells Alan Slingsby why Carlton Mansions on Coldharbour Lane is such a significant building for Brixton and how his practice...

Is there a third way for Brixton development?

As the debate rages over the future of Brixton, Helen Reid examines the background to a redevelopment scheme that hopes to avoid both the...

END OF AN ERA: Last residents of Carlton Mansion co-op evicted...

  Thirty years of Brixton’s creative history came to an abrupt end this week when Lambeth council evicted the last residents of the Carlton Mansions...

INTERVIEW: Nuclear Dawn muralist Brian Barnes

Arts contributor Tom O’Neill interviewed Brian Barnes, the man behind the legendary 'Nuclear Dawn' mural on Coldharbour Lane. You can read more of Tom’s work over...

FEATURE: The creative community faced with eviction after 30 yrs in...

By Zoe Jewell, editor On one side of Coldharbour Lane, outside Granville Arcade, a couple are standing and taking a photo. The building they are...

Nuclear support for mural campaign

By Zoe Jewell More than 1,000 residents have joined a campaign to save an iconic piece of Brixton history. The London Mural Preservation Society (LMPS) set...

Mural campaigners set their sights on Nuclear Dawn

Brixton's mural campaigners want Nuclear Dawn to be the next in line for a makeover, after the successful restoration of the Windmill mural on...

If Walls Could Speak

Charlotte Bill was cycling down Coldharbour Lane in the early 1980s when she looked up and there, where before had been a set of...

Market madness and nuclear nightmares: Brixton’s murals

Brixton has some of the best remaining murals in London. Brixton Blog got Ruth Miller, from the London Mural Preservation Society, to take us...