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Welcome to your concrete prison. Gian Paolo Valenti 1962. Brutalistic architecture.

This building is a concrete prison. Called Gian Paolo Valenti made in This is a Brutalist Architecture building I can tell by the shapes and the structure of the building.

'Beautiful Concrete' (2005) photographed by Robert "Ferd" Frank. Detail of Busch Memorial Stadium before it was demolished. Interesting post. via flickriver

Beautiful Concrete Detail of Busch Memorial Stadium, later known as Busch Stadium, was the home of the St. Louis Cardinals National League baseball team from May 1966 to October designed by Sverdrup & Parcel and built by Grün & Bilfinger.

carl Fingerhuth.  pavilion.  lausanne 1964.  http://enclave-store.com/2013/07/pavilion-wehrhafte-schweiz/

Mid-Century architecture: Pavillion Wehrhafte Schweiz, designed and constructed for the Swiss Army in conjunction with the Swiss National Exhibition in Lausanne, Switzerland, 1964 (by architect Carl Fingerhuth)

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beauty in brutalism : architecture & photography : louis kahn visual archive by naquib hossain

Interesting example of brutalism.

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Whitewash Nicholas Alan Cope LA is a city of contrasts—the famous and unknown, blinding light and impenetrable shadow, wealth and poverty, m.

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For the Love of Stairs

This is a brutalist architecture building. I dont know where it is, when it was made and its perpoupe because it caption only said 'brutislm' but I do know its a brutalist architecture building because the design of this brutalist architecture building has a simple pattern which is being used over and over again which creates a sense of movement to its 3D structure of sculpture.

Architectural Fashion Fusions

LETS BE BRUTAL : brutalist architecture building because the design of this brutalist architecture building has a simple pattern which is being used over and over again which creates a sense of movement to its structure of sculpture.

Kikutake’s Sky House: Where Metabolism & Le Corbusier Meet

Kikutake's Sky House: Where Metabolism & Le Corbusier Meet

Japanese architect Kiyonori Kikutake’s Sky House remains an exemplary project that defines the Metabolist agenda but, more significantly, underscores the notion that a single-family dwelling can be ideologically recursive and strategic.