Georgia, Tblisi, “Andropov’s Ears” 1983 Architects: P.Kalandarishvili, G.Potskhishvili #socialist #brutalism #architecture All rights reserved by Frédéric Chaubin

Georgia, Tblisi, “Andropov’s Ears” 1983 A monumental viewing stand built in 1983 for an official visit to Tibilis of Yuri Andropov, Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet Architects: P.

Minimal Belgrade: Futuristic photography series captures Belgrade’s 20th-century architecture | Creative Boom

archatlas: “Minimal Belgrade Mirko Nahmijas From the artist: Minimal Belgrade is an artistic series depicting some of the most prominent pieces of Belgrade’s mid-twentieth century architecture.

Alexandra and Ainsworth Estate 4, South Hampstead, London, Neave Brown, Camden Council’s Architects Department, 1972-1979 Photo: Simon Phipps

Visions of an Industrial Age // Alexandra and Ainsworth Estate South Hampstead, London, Neave Brown, Camden Council’s Architects Department, Photo: Simon Phipps

Utopia now: the heritage of London's brutalist architecture – in pictures

Image 8 of 22 from gallery of Utopia Photo Series Captures London’s Brutalist Architecture. Photograph by Studio Esinam / Rory Gardiner

The Barbican Conservatory | hidden in the corner of the Barbican centre. warning: intermittent opening hours

Forgotten Spaces: the Barbican Conservatory in London. I remember when it was first built and to most eyes was simply a concrete monstrosity. Luckily nature has other ideas.

Tricorn Shopping Centre, Portsmouth, UK, 1966 (Demolished 2004) (Owen Luder Partnership)

This awful architecture was demolished - Tricorn Shopping Centre, Portsmouth, UK, 1966 (Demolished (Owen Luder…

Tricorn Centre, Portsmouth, Hampshire, UK (now demolished)

Tricorn Centre, Portsmouth, Hampshire, UK (now demolished) - Owen Luder Partnership

A new project by photographer Rory Gardiner and studio esinam highlights the subtle beauties hidden beneath the hard surface of London’s oft-maligned brutalist buildings, from the Barbican to the National Theatre

Utopia now: the heritage of London's brutalist architecture – in pictures

A new project by photographer Rory Gardiner and studio esinam highlights the subtle beauties hidden beneath the hard surface of London’s oft-maligned brutalist buildings, from the Barbican to the National Theatre

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