Denys Lasdun, Brutalist architecture - Béton brut - Royal National Theatre, South Bank Lambeth, London. Prince Charles described the building in 1988 as "a clever way of building a nuclear power station in the middle of London without anyone objecting" What does he know.

Royal National Theatre, South Bank Lambeth, London: described by Prince Charles in 1988 as "a clever way of building a nuclear power station in the middle of London without anyone objecting"! (architecture in the Brutalist style by Denys Lasdun)

water tower, backnang, germany. 1962.

Water tower, Backnang, Germany by Helmut Erdle Wasserturm aus Sichtbeton;

Jean Nouvel and the One Central Park green homes in Sydney

br---- Pin Veredas Arquitetura--- Inspiração Jean Nouvel and the One Central Park green homes in Sydney

archatlas: A Future City From The Past by Clemens Gritl The...

german digital artist clemens gritl reveals his digital series & future city from the past& composed of artificial and architectural models.

Strolling through Brutopolis on a fine Sunday afternoon. Can there be anything better....?

Strolling through Brutopolis on a fine Sunday afternoon.

Groningen<br />De stad Groningen: De Grote Markt oostzijde met de ingang van de Naberpassage in 1975.

Groningen<br />De stad Groningen: De Grote Markt oostzijde met de ingang van de Naberpassage in 1975.

Brutalist Victory: Concrete Skylines Dominate Radical Retro-Future Cities | Urbanist

german digital artist clemens gritl constructs artificial and architecture models for his series ‘a future city from the past’, reflecting and exploring urban utopias of the century.

The Red Road Flats in Balornock, Glasgow, Scotland. There was 8 towers built as post-war housing when construction started in 1964 and was completed in 1969. At the time they were the tallest residential buildings in Europe. The tallest of the eight towers was 31 floors and the eight towers housed 5,000 people. The Red Road flats are on tract to be demolished and site cleared by 2017.

The Red Road Flats in Balornock, Glasgow, Scotland. There was 8 towers built as post-war housing when construction started in 1964 and was completed in 1969. At the time they were the tallest residential buildings in Europe. The tallest of the eight towers was 31 floors and the eight towers housed 5,000 people. The Red Road flats are on tract to be demolished and site cleared by 2017.

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