Alien architecture: The crazy space-age superstructures that signalled the…

Alien architecture: The crazy space-age superstructures that signalled the downfall of the Soviet Union

Alien architecture: The crazy space-age superstructures that signalled the downfall of the Soviet Union

Marcel Breuer - Hotel La Flaine - French Alps - 1969

Marcel Breuer - Hotel La Flaine - French Alps - 1969 Must have been a cold war MAD thing. Your missiles can't scare us. We hang off cliffs for art.

nexttoparchitects: #nextarch by @hannespeer #next_top_architects nostalgic utopia|future archeology ©hannes peer architecture ‘The field of vision is comparable, for me, to the terrain of an archaeological dig. To see is to be on guard, to wait for what emerges from the background, without any name, without any particular interest: what was silent will speak, what is closed will open and will take on a voice.’ Paul Virilio

Visions of an Industrial Age // nexttoparchitects: by nostalgic utopia

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

Brutalism - MELT

icancauseaconstellation: TWA Flight Center, JFK International Airport, Queens, New York, 1962 (Eero Saarinen)

This is a Brutalism architecture building of a Water tower which is located in Germany and built during I like the design of this building because I like the different shapes which are used.

Marcel Breuer. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, N.Y., (1964-1966, with Hamilton P. Smith). © Photo Ezra Stoller - Esto. All rights reserved.

Marcel Breuer (1902-1981): Design & Architecture

Marcel Breuer 1966 Whitney Museum of American Art - New York, NY – with Hamilton Smith

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