A selection of especially gravity-defying examples of Brutalist architecture.
From top: Grand Central Water Tower, Midrand, South Africa, (1996); Armstrong Rubber Company Building, New Haven, Connecticut, (1968); São Paulo Museum of Art, Brazil, (1968); Praxis Home, Mexico City (1970); Timmelsjoch Experience Pass Museum, Austria, (2010) and De Rotterdam, Rotterdam, ( 2013).
The uncompromising monochrome functionality of family-based #brutsinlego Twitter feed.
Custom printed tiles by Lithuanian design studio Gyva Grafika.
The tiles feature images of actual windows (some curtained, others featuring the inhabitants peering out) taken in the neighbourhood where this public toilet is located.