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The White Tower Building, Madrid, Spain The Torre Blancas is an architectural icon of the Spanish Organicism movement. Designed by Francisco Javier Sáenz de Oiza and completed in this exposed concrete tower rises 71 meters above the Madrid skyline.

Barbican, London- An architectural and urban planning marvel. I'm enthralled by its history, its cultural impact and its ability to remain relevant over the years. Truly ahead of its time.

Location Photography - Building Estate - Barbican, London- An architectural and urban planning marvel. I'm enthralled by its history, its cultural impact and its ability to remain relevant over the years. Truly ahead of its time.

Workers Social Services, Naples by Aldo Loris Rossi

Workers' Social Services building, Naples, by Aldo Loris Rossi

Brutalist Stair Downtown Atlanta, photo by Isaiah King - Brutalist architecture is a style of architecture that flourished from the 1950s to the mid-1970s, spawned from the modernist architectural movement. Brutalism rapidly became popular with governments & institutions around the world. Examples are typically large buildings, massive in character, fortresslike, with a predominance of exposed concrete construction (wikipedia)

Brutalist Stair Downtown Atlanta, photo by Isaiah King - Brutalist architecture is a style of architecture that flourished from the to the spawned from the modernist architectural movement.

Soviet Brutalism on the beach. this a great solution to provide each a room with a view. excellent design approach

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“The tallest building in Fort Worth, Texas, this simple brutalist architectural design is a unique addition to the vibrant and growing downtown landscape, with a strong, repetitive pattern of windows being interrupted by meticulous, powerful vertical lines." Courtesy of: Nikola Olic

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'Dimensionless' Photographic Façade Studies By Nikola Olic,Building with Steps.

From the 1950s to the 1980s, Paris was booming. Foreign migration and urbanisation of the city caused a huge surge in population and a crisis for housing. France’s solution came in the form of vast housing...

Neglected Utopia: Photographer Laurent Kronental explores the forgotten modernist estates of Paris


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Neglected Utopia: Photographer Laurent Kronental explores the forgotten modernist estates of Paris

Neglected Utopia: Photographer explores the forgotten modernist estates of Paris | Creative Boom

Laurent Kronental explores the forgotten modernist estates of Paris

Laurent Kronental photographer.  From the 1950s to the 1980s, Paris was booming. Foreign migration and urbanisation of the city caused a huge surge in population and a crisis for housing. France’s solution came in the form of vast housing...

Neglected Utopia: Photographer explores the forgotten modernist estates of Paris

Neglected Utopia: Photographer explores the forgotten modernist estates of Paris | Creative Boom

Neglected Utopia: Photographer Laurent Kronental explores the forgotten modernist estates of Paris

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This building is a concrete prison. Called Gian Paolo Valenti made in This is a Brutalist Architecture building I can tell by the shapes and the structure of the building.

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フランスにもあったゴーストタウン予備軍。忘れ去られたパリの住宅団地

With his Souvenir d'un futur project, started in the French photographer Laurent Kronental documents the retrofuturistic buildings of the Grands

Neglected Utopia: Photographer explores the forgotten modernist estates of Paris | Creative Boom

Foreign migration and urbanisation of the city caused a huge surge in population and a crisis for housing. France’s solution came in the form of vast housing.

Every generation dreams of what will be, building structures of what it imagines the future will be like. For the last four years, French photographer Laurent Kronental has been documenting the lives of the senior citizens who now live in Paris' big housing projects that were built between the 1950's and 1980's.

Neglected Utopia: Photographer explores the forgotten modernist estates of Paris

Neglected Utopia: Photographer explores the forgotten modernist estates of Paris | Creative Boom

Neglected Utopia: Photographer Laurent Kronental explores the forgotten modernist estates of Paris

Parisian-based photographer Laurent Kronental's "Souvenir d'un Futur" series captures neglected buildings transformed into a modernist utopia.

Distopian Photographs of Paris

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