Examples 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.
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At University College Cork.
Karl Kitching tweetz:
Protesting the fact that a new UCC building is being named in James Watson’s honour.
Meanwhile, a letter sent from the resident of UCC’s Student Union President Aidan Coffey to UCC President Michael Murphy about the decision…
A new mural on the side of a seven storey residential building at Rebibbia in Rome by local street artist ‘Blu’ – part of a series of works by a neighborhood group called “Mammut” endeavouring to redevelop abandoned green spaces in the city.
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Tastes just like chicken, apparently.
Spotted on a derelict building on Camden Street [Dublin], near The Bleeding Horse Pub. Does anybody know the history of this building?!