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 line pattern, completely realized in concrete.
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lorenzozandri, June 20th, 2017