Royal National Theatre, South Bank Lambeth, London: described by Prince Charles in 1988 as "a clever way of building a nuclear power station in the middle of London without anyone objecting"! (architecture in the Brutalist style by Denys Lasdun)
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.
"Louis Kahn’s unbuilt Hurva Synagogue, as rendered by Kent Larsen for the book Unbuilt Masterworks, a collection of digital constructions of Kahn’s proposals." Without even knowing that this is a synagogue, this immediately looks very peaceful and calm.
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)
Peter Eisenman's Berlin/Holocaust memorial Light and Shadow. I like the way the structure of the building creates strong impressions of light and dark. Also the juxtaposition between the natural and man-made forces interests me.