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A digital photoseries in which German photographer Clemens Gritl extrapolates the scale and repeated patterns of 20th century brutalist forms, capturing his exaggeratedly monumental towers in the classic black and white style of 1960s architectural photography.


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Seven cut-out-n-make paper models of Eastern European post-war brutalist architecture by Zupagrafika.

Build your own brutalist block for €17.

Previously: Brutal In Belgrade


“Mäusebunker,” Freie Universität, Berlin.

Francisco Javier Sáenz de OizaHabitat ’67, Montreal, Canada.The Torre Velasca in MilanWestern City Gate, Belgrade, SerbiaWibautstraat is an Amsterdam Metro statioExamples of Brutalist architecture from the 50s to the mid 70s.

Despite their apparent Soviet Bloc cachet, most were built in the West.

Above: “Mäusebunker,” Freie Universität, Berlin; Francisco Javier Sáenz de Oiza, Madrid; Habitat ’67, Montreal, Canada; The Torre Velasca in Milan; Western City Gate, Belgrade, Serbia and Wibautstraat Metro station in Amsterdam.

Related: Brutal In Belgrade