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Architizer - Tracings Of The Future: Historic Boston City Hall Drawings Chart The Rise Of Brutalist Icon

Architizer - Tracings Of The Future: Historic Boston City Hall Drawings Chart The Rise Of Brutalist Icon

the economist building, london 1959-1964. architects: peter and alison smithson (1923-2003 & 1928-1993).  the bank building in front of the economist tower as seen from st. james' street. took me a while to realize the fire wall on the left is also by the smithsons, I have to admit.  this photo was uploaded with a CC license and may be used free of charge and in any way you see fit.  if possible, please name photographer "SEIER+SEIER". if not, don't.  the smithsons.

the economist building, london 1959-1964. architects: peter and alison smithson (1923-2003 & 1928-1993). the bank building in front of the economist tower as seen from st. james' street. took me a while to realize the fire wall on the left is also by the smithsons, I have to admit. this photo was uploaded with a CC license and may be used free of charge and in any way you see fit. if possible, please name photographer "SEIER+SEIER". if not, don't. the smithsons.

Die Kirche der Hochschulgemeinde (St.Johannes church) - by sculptor Josef Rikus and architect Heinz Buchmann, Cologne, 1968-1969

Die Kirche der Hochschulgemeinde (St.Johannes church) - by sculptor Josef Rikus and architect Heinz Buchmann, Cologne, 1968-1969

Barbican Estate, Chamberlin, Powell & Bon

Barbican Estate, Chamberlin, Powell & Bon

To most of us, the Barbican is a series of towers with flats in, plus a theatre where you might have been to see a Shakespeare play at some point and a cinema where they sell (delicious) pizza. But for architecture fans, and especially those obsessed with the 60s and 70s concrete buildings collectively known as Brutalist architecture, it's one of the UK's most significant building complexes.

To most of us, the Barbican is a series of towers with flats in, plus a theatre where you might have been to see a Shakespeare play at some point and a cinema where they sell (delicious) pizza. But for architecture fans, and especially those obsessed with the 60s and 70s concrete buildings collectively known as Brutalist architecture, it's one of the UK's most significant building complexes.

Montreal habitat 67.....50 years old and still incredible

Montreal habitat 67.....50 years old and still incredible

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