Architecture of Doom
germanpostwarmodern:

Housing Estate “Gäbelbach” (1965-68) in Bern, Switzerland, by Hans & Gret Reinhard
moritzbernoully:

"Panzerkreuzer", Großsiedlung Siemensstadt, Hans Scharoun 1929

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moritzbernoully:

Siedlung Schillerpark, Berlin, Bruno Taut 1924

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Feuchtenberger bakery, Bluefield, West Viginia, 1940s
modernismepompidolien:

Conservatoire de Montreuil, designed by Claude Le Goas,1976.
fractalized:

Photo by Frank Herfort. Post Soviet Highrise.
Frank Herfort has been criss-crossing Russia for the last four years photographing his long-term project “Imperial Pomp – Post Soviet Highrise”. His images of monstrously massive buildings with an overwhelming presence seem to come from another time and dimension.
[Source: Domus]
diogofalmeida:

Vilnius, Lithuania.
March, 2014.
modernismepompidolien:

Cité de l’Etoile Housing, Bobigny, Seine-Saint-Denis. These social housing units were conceived by the great designers and architects Georges Candilis and Jean Prouvé.
modernismepompidolien:

Some buildings of the Quartier de la Brèche in Créteil, Val de Marne, France.
modernismepompidolien:

Hotel Méridien Montparnasse, designed by Pierre Duffau and opened in 1974.
fuckyeahbrutalism:

Sherman House, Bromley, Kent, UK, 1967
(Owen Luder Partnership)
germanpostwarmodern:

Housing Estate “Tscharnergut” (1958-61) in Bern, Switzerland, by Hans & Gret Reinhard
rosswolfe:

Staircase inside the Wittgenstein house in Vienna, designed by Ludwig Wittgenstein and Paul Engelmann (1929). (via http://thecharnelhouse.org/2013/11/22/the-oikos-of-wittgenstein/)
modernismepompidolien:

Tower of the Le Havre City Hall, by Auguste Perret. 1951.

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