Architecture of Doom
carali15 asked: so exist a special career for architectural history? i think is so interesting. I'm a student of architecture in Mexico. i like your blog.

Apart from the lucrative business of blogging, I don’t think there a lot of jobs in the field. From what I’ve seen, people either work for a big (heritage) institution, or they they do all kinds of free lance stuff (research, writing, being a tour guide etc), possibly with some other job to pay the rent.

budapestism:

wild angles
furtho:

Paul Prokop’s photograph of the Červený Vrch district, Prague, 1963
anemoneberlin:

Eisenhüttenstadt, Deutschland
b-a-c-u:

former I.O.R. Building, Bd.Theodor Pallady, district 3, Bucharesthttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I.O.R.
new-brutalism:

Foxcroft House and Hurst House, Weston Rise Estate, Finsbury, London, Howell Killick Partridge & Amis for the GLC, 1963-1969

Photo: Simon Phipps
fuckyeahbrutalism:

Dormitory and Fraternity House, Colby College, Waterville, Maine, 1960s
(Benjamin Thompson & Associates)
fuckyeahbrutalism:

House at Flamatt, Switzerland, 1960
(Atelier 5)
germanpostwarmodern:

House Pahl (1973) in Cologne, Germany, by Jürgen Pahl
germanpostwarmodern:

Church St. Michael (1964) in St. Ingbert, Germany, by Hanns Schönecker
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