The 1960s changed our world forever. Our inspiration is rooted in the pure ideals of mid-century modernism. Reinventing the world through fresh thinking, audacious design and an unwavering belief in the immense possibilities of a better future. This is the ABC credo.
Designed by architectural practice Leach Rhodes Walker and built in three stages between 1959 to 1965, The ABC Buildings are a new style for Manchester, spaces transformed for modern industry in a modern city.
The architecture, the Brutalist design; it’s true Sixties. The ABC Buildings have many desirable features, which are as relevant today as they were over fifty years ago. The Sixties was a decade of originality, it challenged established principles and created some of the best examples of sustainable architecture.