This thread is for any modernist building from the mid '40s to the mid '70s! This includes functionalism, expressionism, googie, and other styles considered 'modern' in this time period.
Lake House, Issaquah, Washington, USA (1963)
Nakoma Residence, Dallas, Texas (1951)...
Brutalism gets crapped on pretty often as terrible architecture that should be torn down immeadiately (even moreso than Meisian modernism) but I think that thought process is premature in many respects. Brutalist buildings are imposing and help bring an institutional feel to buildings. So, in...
Berlin, Karl Marx Allee by krystian kolbe, on Flickr
When most people think of socialist architecture, they think of blocs upon blocs of monotone, grey buildings stretching into the horizon. Although, that was undeniably part of the socialist legacy...
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