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Brutalist Architecture

The Second World War brought with it massive urban destruction across Europe. And an easy, quick economic solution to the problem was Brutalist architecture. Raw, concrete and monolithic. These fortress-like buildings were commonly used for governmental projects as well as socially progressive housing solutions. They soon became ubiquitous in communist countries mainly due to their function over form ethos. Felix Torkar, Architecture Historian, SOS Brutalism 00:53 #Brutalism #Architecture #Design

The Unique Vision of Zaha Hadid

The Unique Vision of Zaha Hadid

Immortal Designs of I.M. Pei | Artists | Showcase

Immortal Designs of I.M. Pei | Artists | Showcase

Aga Khan Award for Architecture 2019 | Festivals | Showcase

Aga Khan Award for Architecture 2019 | Festivals | Showcase

Brutalist Architecture | Durer: Engraving the Past | Plan 9 From Outer Space

Brutalist Architecture | Durer: Engraving the Past | Plan 9 From Outer Space

Remembering Thierry Mugler | Jules Verne's Technology | Michelangelo's 'Pieta'

Remembering Thierry Mugler | Jules Verne's Technology | Michelangelo's 'Pieta'

Remembering Thierry Mugler

Remembering Thierry Mugler

Jules Verne's Technology in the 1800s

Jules Verne's Technology in the 1800s

Sezane Controversy | Berlin Film Festival | KAWS's 'New Fiction'

Sezane Controversy | Berlin Film Festival | KAWS's 'New Fiction'

Sezane Controversy

Sezane Controversy

Scream's Requel

Scream's Requel

Moliere's 400th Birthday | Dream Logic in Cinema  | Captains of Zaatari

Moliere's 400th Birthday | Dream Logic in Cinema | Captains of Zaatari

Moliere's 400th Birthday

Moliere's 400th Birthday

Dream Logic in Cinema

Dream Logic in Cinema

Nightmare Alley | Gaudi in Barcelona | Eurospy Cinema

Nightmare Alley | Gaudi in Barcelona | Eurospy Cinema

Guillermo del Toro's Nightmare Alley

Guillermo del Toro's Nightmare Alley

Eurospy Cinema

Eurospy Cinema

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