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Modernist Brutalist bathroom Modernism Mirror OMG NEED THIS. Artist Pedro Reyes

A Couple’s Sublime Home in Mexico

Mexican artist Pedro Reyes with his wife, fashion designer Carla Fernández # fashion for men # men's style # men's fashion # men's wear # mode homme

Ice bloc: the brutalist beauty of the post-Soviet northern city - The Calvert Journal

Specially commissioned photographs of the northern Russian cities of Arkhangelsk and Severodvinsk

Concrete buildings: Brutalist beauty - Features - Art - The Independent

Concrete buildings: Brutalist beauty

Rodney Gordon for the Owen Luder Partnership - Trinity Square Multi-story Car Park, Gateshead,

This is a dwelling for the caveman of the future; the ruins of a civilization, now extinct, which was more advanced than the one we’re living in now,’ explains Mexican artist Pedro Reyes. He’s referring to the house he’s built with his wife, fa...

This is a dwelling for the caveman of the future; the ruins of a civilization, now extinct, which was more advanced than the one we’re living in now,’ explains Mexican artist Pedro Reyes. He’s referring to the house he’s built with his wife, fa.

This is a dwelling for the caveman of the future; the ruins of a civilization, now extinct, which was more advanced than the one we’re living in now,’ explains Mexican artist Pedro Reyes. He’s referring to the house he’s built with his wife, fashion de...

Brutal beauty: Mexico's leading creative couple cement their passion for concrete

This is a dwelling for the caveman of the future; the ruins of a civilization, now extinct, which was more advanced than the one we’re living in now,’ explains Mexican artist Pedro Reyes. He’s referring to the house he’s built with his wife, fa.

Bus stops in Kazakhstan. Photographs by Chirstopher Herwig.  #socialist #brutalism #architecture

The best in the world. ************************************** soviet bus stop soviet bus stops, photographed by christopher herwig. (via present&correct)

Knap stukje bouwkunst!

Habitat 67 by Moshe Safdie. Habitat 67 is one of the most iconic buildings of both Montreal and Canada. It was built as a pavilion for the 1967 International and Universal Exposition (Expo

I don't know who all designed this amazing space, but I can say it came from this beautiful thing: http://www.escuyer.com/wall/  #AalexMoulding #CofferedCeilings

Here's Everything You Need to Know About Brutalist Furniture

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