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Stockholm house. Grey concrete with orange timber frames, this concept of patterned space manipulation is a very strong parti, which also evokes a sense of the traditional row housing architecture of europe

Image 1 of 23 from gallery of Summerhouse Lagnö / Tham & Videgård Arkitekter. Photograph by Åke E:son Lindman

Set on a gently sloping dune on the Argentinian coastline, this holiday home by Buenos Aires-based Besonias Almeida features board-marked concrete walls

Concrete house sits among dunes on the Argentinian coastline

Set on a gently sloping dune on the Argentinian coastline, this holiday home by Buenos Aires-based Besonias Almeida features board-marked concrete walls

Kilo Architectures . Volubilis visitor center, Morocco

Volubilis Visitor Center / Kilo Architectures

Clyfford Still Museum by Allied Works Walls of textured concrete form the primary building envelope, interior walls and structural system.

Clyfford Still Museum by Allied Works Walls of textured concrete form the primary building envelope, interior walls and structural system.

Christ & Gantenbein has unveiled its new wing for National Museum Zurich – a concrete edifice conceived by the Swiss architects as a "museum factory"

Christ & Gantenbein adds concrete extension to National Museum Zurich

While the audacious concrete forms of the Brutalist movement have long divided opinion among the public, their uncompromising qualities are often adored by a.

S and S House by Besonias Almeida Arquitectos

Concrete house sits among dunes on the Argentinian coastline

Giant openings puncture Elemental's<br /> "monolithic" concrete innovation centre

Key projects by 2016 Pritzker Prize laureate Alejandro Aravena

Christ & Gantenbein has unveiled its new wing for National Museum Zurich – a concrete edifice conceived by the Swiss architects as a "museum factory"

Christ & Gantenbein adds concrete extension to National Museum Zurich

Christ & Gantenbein has unveiled its new wing for National Museum Zurich – a concrete edifice conceived by the Swiss architects as a "museum factory"

Black and green letters decorate the corrugated metal cladding of this kindergarten by Gabriel Verd Arquitectos, which is set in south-west Spain

Wavy concrete roof shelters metal kindergarten in Spain

Wavy concrete roof shelters corrugated metal kindergarten by Gabriel Verd in Spain

CCR1 Residence by Wernerfield

Wernerfield uses concrete and weathered steel to create Texas home

Wernerfield Designs a Contemporary Home Hidden Away in the Cedar Creek Reservoir