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germanpostwarmodern:  Hotel Transmar (1968-70) in Erlangen, Germany, by Harald Loebermann

germanpostwarmodern: Hotel Transmar (1968-70) in Erlangen, Germany, by Harald Loebermann

Chichester Theological College, Gillet House, Ahrends, Burton and Koralek, 1963-65

new-brutalism: “ Chichester Theological College, Gillet House, Ahrends, Burton and Koralek, Photo: Simon Phipps ”

Juliaan Lampens

Belgian modernist Juliaan Lampens experimented with the use of raw concrete and created sculpture-like exteriors leading onto open vistas

First National City Bank Idlewild (now JFK) Airport, New York, Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, 1960

guillaumeanrys: “ First National City Bank, Queens, New York, 1960 by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Photo by Ezra Stoller ”

ELARA FRITZENWALDEN

Parish Church of St. Matthaus, Garath, Düsseldorf, Germany Built by Gottfried Bohm

Rotaprint Building (1957) in Berlin, Germany, by Klaus Kirsten

Rotaprint Building in Berlin, Germany, by Klaus Kirsten

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The 5 Scheibe’s, (Hochhaus-Scheiben) 18-storey Housing complex, Neubaugebiet Halle-Neustadt, Halle, Germany, built from 1970 to 1975. Architect: I. Schneider, E. Scholz, P. Morgner © BACU #socialistmodernism

The 5 Scheibe’s, (Hochhaus-Scheiben) 18-storey Housing complex, Neubaugebiet Halle-Neustadt, Halle, Germany, built from 1970 to 1975. Architect: I. Schneider, E. Scholz, P. Morgner © BACU #socialistmodernism

Social Services for Workers, Port of Naples, Naples, Italy, built between 1968-80 Aldo Loris Rossi

Social Services for Workers, Port of Naples, Naples, Italy, built between Aldo Loris Rossi

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Temple of Hegemony Hegemonietempel parasital architecture smart magazine

Graux & Baeyens architecten  – Omsorg : photo's : Dennis Desmet #Architecture #Exterior

Graux & Baeyens architecten – Omsorg : photo's : Dennis Desmet #Architecture #Exterior

Church “Paul Gerhardt” (1958-64) in Berlin, Germany, by Fehling + Gogel

germanpostwarmodern: “ Church “Paul Gerhardt” in Berlin, Germany, by Fehling + Gogel ” View this on the map

Das Haus Sindlingen wird gemeinhin als wichtiges Beispiel des Brutalismus in Deutschland bezeichnet. So sah es kurz nach Fertigstellung 1961 aus.

Haus Sindlingen, Frankfurt am Main, 1961 by Günter Bock

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