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This work by Jean Renaudie (1925-1981) forms part of a set of interventions which he carried out in the city of Ivry outside Paris. The size and the ambition of the project makes it the most significant by this disciple of Auguste Perret and Marcel Lods. Jean Renaudie was the founder of the..

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Pluriuso Building has been designed by Saverio Busiri Vici in 1972: it's one of the rare examples of brutalist architecture in Rome. It's composed by three buildings: two residential (plus services) ones and a church, with a small courtyard. Both of the facade are made of a strong and continuous..

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Designed by the German architect Martin Van Trek, a Jean Ginsberg student, this social housing complex is composed by several 15/16 floors buildings and 4 dominating tours (Prèlude, Fuge, Sonate, Cantate).
Rising up to 118 meters tall - over the neighborhood and housing almost 2,000 apartments,..

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Experimental House

Fregene, Italy
by Giuseppe Perugini, ...

The experimental house by Giuseppe Perugini, Raynaldo Perugini and Uga De Plaisant was built in Fregene in the late 60s. It is an experimental project both in the form and in the use of materials, which refer to the brutalist architecture characterized by the use of raw concrete on the facade...

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Buffalo city court building is a 10-story high-rise building in downtown of Buffalo situated on a former site of Townsend Hall facing Niagara Square. Facade of the building mainly consists of Precast concrete with narrow windows in the corners of the building. The windows are placed like that to..

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Centre Point

London, United Kingdom
by George Marsh

Centre point Tower was one of the first skyscrapers in London. The building was designed by George Marsh of the architects R. Seifert and Partners, with engineer Pell Frischmann and was constructed by Wimpey Construction from 1963 to 1966. for £5.5 million. The precast segments were formed of..

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Regenstein Library is the main library of the University of Chicago. It honors Joseph Regenstein, a former Chicagoan industrialist interested in research and development. It was built on the site of University's former athletic field, 427 meters away from the former central library building and..

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Owen Luder


born 1928

Is an English architect who created the majority of his works in the 1960s and the 1970s. He is known for having designed Brutalist architecture in the United Kingdom, much of which was demolished. The buildings were damaged because their bare concrete structure was exposed to a rainy climate..

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