Brutalism Design is the bad influence we all need

To strip a city of its architecture is to erase its history altogether. Despite a widespread public distaste for Brutalism, the brutalist era in architecture often went hand in hand with political movements promising an egalitarian vision in post-Stalinist Poland. Source: Reclaiming Polish Brutalism: Discover the Emblems of Communism

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Beyond Brutalism: Spotlight on Iconic Architecture by Ricardo Bofill

[ By SA Rogers in Architecture & Cities & Urbanism . ] Legendary Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill may be most widely known for his dystopian-looking postmodern housing estate Le Palacio d’Abraxas as well as his own reclaimed cement factory home, but his body of work is much more colorful and diverse than these examples would … Continue reading Beyond Brutalism: Spotlight on Iconic Architecture by Ricardo Bofill