Architecture of Doom
scavengedluxury:

Barbican pissoir. London, March 2014.
houkgallery:

Stephen Shore (American, b. 1947)West 4th Street, Little Rock, Arkansas, October 5, 1974©Stephen Shore/Courtesy of Edwynn Houk Gallery
germanpostwarmodern:

Commercial and Apartment Building (1966-67) in Cologne, Germany, by Erich-Schneider Wessling
fuckyeahbrutalism:

Moore Business Forms Office, Vancouver, Canada, 1968
(Blaire McDonald of McCarter, Nairne & Partners)
germanpostwarmodern:

Department store Prisunic (1971-72) in Saarlouis, Germany, by Karl Hanus
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:

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

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

South Campus, Miami-Dade Junior College, 1960s
(Pancoast/Ferendino/Grafton Architects)
fuckyeahbrutalism:

Zanussi-Rex Offices, Pordenone, Italy, 1959-61
(Gino Valle)
new-brutalism:

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

Photo: Simon Phipps
scavengedluxury:

Brutalist vents. Blackpool, April 2012.

Part of a concrete relief by Harry op de Laak outside of the Eerste Christelijke LTS (Technical School) Patrimonium, Amsterdam, J.B. Ingwersen, 1952-56. View this on the map
A concrete relief by Harry op de Laak in the staircase of the Eerste Christelijke LTS (Technical School) Patrimonium, Amsterdam, J.B. Ingwersen, 1952-56. A scan from Een schip aan de Wibautstraat by Jaap-Evert Abrahamse, 1998. View this on the map
Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington. View this on the map
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