architorturedsouls:  Concrete Cross by Florian Mueller, via Behance

The Church of Johannes XIII by Josef Rikus, Cologne, Germany. Photograph by Florian Mueller. / This is Crisp.

| Clicli Pampam                                                                                                                                                                                 More

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New York Playgrounds of the 60s & 70s

Playground by M. Paul Friedberg landscape architect, New York Jacob Riis House, New York, 1966

William Mitchell – Designer, Sculptor & Artist

William George Mitchell - A climbing wall at Hockley Flyover, Birmingham

Brutalist playgrounds: 1960s concrete jungle gyms remade in pastel foam | Art and design | The Guardian

Brutalist playgrounds: 1960s concrete jungle gyms remade in pastel foam

Hard-edged, knee-grazing terrain … a playground on the Park Hill estate in Sheffield in 1963.

Brutalist playgrounds: 1960s concrete jungle gyms remade in pastel foam

Many postwar housing estates came with knee-skinning concrete slides and uncompromising cold steel climbing frames. Now young architecture radicals Assemble are paying tribute – by putting the bounce into brutalism

bluecote: play area, lewisham, london. 1972 brian yale

Hmmm, was this minimalist, concrete (ouch!) playground in London England really built to be actually played on by children, or just to look sculpturally cool?


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