Architecture of Doom
Nadav Kander: The Polygon Nuclear Test Site I (After The Event), Kazakhstan, 2011 

Institute of Mathematics “Simion Stoilow” Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania, built between 1967-68, (interior mural)


Centro Urbano Presidente Juárez, Mexico City, Mario Pani, 1950. Mostly destroyed during the 1985 earthquake. View this on the map
A bell-less and neon-crossed church in Portela de Tamal in Portugal.

Church St Joseph (1962) in Wateringen, the Netherlands, by Dick van Mourik

Detalle de la torre de agua en la Unidad Deportiva “Presidente Adolfo López Mateos” (hoy Polideportivo Adolfo López Mateos, av. Cristobal Colón esq Lázaro Cárdenas, Colón Industrial, Guadalajara, Jalisco, México 1962 
Arq. Alejandro Zohn 
Detail of the water tower at the “President Adolfo Lopez Mateos” Sports Center, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico 1962
Hódmezővásárhely, Hungary.
This water tower was built in 1960. It is 52 meters high. The small dots on its side are glass windows of approximately 15 cm-s diameter. It pretty much looks like an UFO landing base as it was visioned and drawn in its own age, the sixties.Submitted by Ábel Bagaméry
rowaizak asked: Would it be possible to find starchitects' work in Egypt ?

Well, I don’t follow what the starchitects are building and I’m also not quite the Egypt-expert. But maybe someone here has some tips.


Die Altstadtplatte. / 072014 by Martin Maleschka
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