Procrete

metabolists:

Kisho Kurokawa. Box-type Mass-produced Apartments, 1963 View high resolution

metabolists:

Kisho Kurokawa. Box-type Mass-produced Apartments, 1963

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loveyousomat:

"Recherche pour un habitat personalisé à structures traditionnelles et équipements industrialisés" L’Atelier 3 Editorial Gustavo Gili, 1973 View high resolution

loveyousomat:

"Recherche pour un habitat personalisé à structures traditionnelles et équipements industrialisés"
L’Atelier 3
Editorial Gustavo Gili, 1973

fuckyeahbrutalism:

Lakefront Development Plan for Canadian National and Pacific Railroads, Toronto, Ontario, 1968
(John Andrews)
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fuckyeahbrutalism:

Lakefront Development Plan for Canadian National and Pacific Railroads, Toronto, Ontario, 1968

(John Andrews)

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procrete:

The Kettig Viaduct, in Germany, under construction (circa 1959).
A 547 yard long viaduct designed by Dip. Ing. Gerd Lohmer.
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procrete:

The Kettig Viaduct, in Germany, under construction (circa 1959).

A 547 yard long viaduct designed by Dip. Ing. Gerd Lohmer.

wmud:

harrison and abramovitz - phoenix mutual life insurance building, hartford, connecticut, 1960
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wmud:

harrison and abramovitz - phoenix mutual life insurance building, hartford, connecticut, 1960

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procrete:

Brandon House under construction, Jacob Well’s Road, Bristol (circa December 1959).
L-shaped social housing block designed by Bristol City Council, built by William Cowlin & Son Ltd.. Contains 90 dwellings.
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procrete:

Brandon House under construction, Jacob Well’s Road, Bristol (circa December 1959).

L-shaped social housing block designed by Bristol City Council, built by William Cowlin & Son Ltd.. Contains 90 dwellings.

procrete:

Barton House, Barton Hill, Bristol (circa January 1960)
Designed by Bristol City Council, this tower block contains 98 flats in a T-shape plan. It was built as part of the Barton Hill redevelopment scheme following World War II and was the tallest social housing block in the West Country when built.
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procrete:

Barton House, Barton Hill, Bristol (circa January 1960)

Designed by Bristol City Council, this tower block contains 98 flats in a T-shape plan. It was built as part of the Barton Hill redevelopment scheme following World War II and was the tallest social housing block in the West Country when built.

danismm:




Torres Blancas (White Towers), Madrid, 1964-1969. SÁENZ DE OIZA,






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danismm:

Torres Blancas (White Towers), Madrid, 1964-1969. 
SÁENZ DE OIZA,

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germanpostwarmodern:

Headquarters of Nestlé (1959-60) in Vevey, Switzerland, by Jean Tschumi
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germanpostwarmodern:

Headquarters of Nestlé (1959-60) in Vevey, Switzerland, by Jean Tschumi

(Source: letemps.ch)