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Habitat67 progetto della Art Brut di Moshe Safdie a Montreal (Canada) foto tra gli alberi

Habitat designed by the Israeli-Canadian architect Moshe Safdie as the Canadian Pavilion for the World Exposition of was originally intended as an experimental solution for high-quality housing in dense urban environments. Safdie explored the po

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Impressive concrete structures from around the world are collected in a new book, This Brutal World by Peter Chadwick. Jonathan Glancey chooses his favourites.

Trellicktower, London: jesus christ!

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Unpretentious and often stark in appearance, let us introduce you to 10 positively brutalist buildings.

An Introduction To Brutalist Architecture In 10 Buildings

Ziggurat Residence Halls at the University of East Anglia University of East Anglia’s residence halls, Norwich The famed British architect Sir Denys Lasdun

Trellick Tower | © stevecadma/WikiCommons

An Introduction To Brutalist Architecture In 10 Buildings

Trellick Tower is found in North Kensington, London, England. It was designed by an Hungarian architect Ernő Goldfinger. This building is interesting because I like how the hall way is separated from the main block. it gives the building character.

Explore Ximo Michavila's photos on Flickr. Ximo Michavila has uploaded 3175 photos to Flickr.

Explore Ximo Michavila's photos on Flickr. Ximo Michavila has uploaded 3175 photos to Flickr.

Built by Ami Shinar – Amir Mann in Holon, Israel with date 2013. Images by Dana Polo. The basic concept behind the Z Design building, located next to Design Museum Holon (by Ron Arad), is the expression ...

Z Design Building / Ami Shinar – Amir Mann

© Dana Polo Architects: Amir Mann–Ami Shinar Architects and Planners Location: Holon, Israel Project Team: Ami Shinar, Bark Levy, Serge Ferman.

AD Classics: La Muralla Roja / Ricardo Bofill

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Habitat 67 Montreal, Canada

Canadian architect Moshe Safdie designed and built this extraordinary experimental housing complex made up of modular concrete units for the 1967 World Expo in Montreal. Named Habitat the apartment complex was Safdie& attempt to redesign urban living,

Habitat 67. Os 158 apartamentos desse complexo foram pré-fabricados e montados no local. Moshe Safdie criou o complexo durante sua tese de mestrado na Universidade McGill, como uma proposta para habitação em cidades cada vez mais povoadas. O edifício hoje abriga moradores de classe alta.

Moshe Safdie, o arquiteto por trás Habitat 67

From Montreal’s Habitat 67 comes their specialist accommodation: “Apartments that look like stacked boxes.” This is what a god’s place would look like if they were getting ready to move out.

Montréal célèbre le 50e anniversaire d’Habitat 67 de Moshe Safdie au Centre de design de l’UQAM, du 1er juin au 13 août.

Montréal célèbre le50e anniversaire d’Habitat 67 de l’architecte canadien, israélien, américain MosheSafdie au Centre de design de l’UQAM / Du 1er juin au13août2017

Montréal célèbre le 50e anniversaire d’Habitat 67 de Moshe Safdie au Centre de design de l’UQAM, du 1er juin au 13 août.

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