Top 10 Best Examples of Brutalist Architecture

Ryugyong Hotel, North Korea It was an ambitious plan gone awry. In North Korea began building a 3000 room pyramid-shaped luxury hotel in Pyongyang in anticipation of a tourist boom that never materialized.

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Historic and ethnographic museum on Sulaiman-Too mountain in Osh, Kirghizia. Built in 1978 as a huge glassed concrete arch which in fact closes the entry to the cave. Initially planned to use it for a restaurant but it never happened.

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Skybridge with a pool will link pair of Manhattan towers by SHoP

1968-80, Aldo Loris Rossi: Social Services for Workers in the Port of Naples (photo: Diego De Rienzo)

Aldo Loris Rossi: Social Services for Workers in the Port of Naples (photo: Diego De Rienzo)

I think that this brutalist architecture building is very eye catching as it is so Gigantic. This building would definitely not be hard to miss as it is so huge. I really like this architecture building because it is big, looks well supported and carefully thought out. this is shown by the buildings structure I also like all the shapes used to create this building.

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cjwho:Northwestern National Life, ING | Minneapolis, MN | Minoru Yamasaki by Pete Sieger  Minoru Yamasaki (December 1, 1912 – February 7, 1986) was an American architect, best known for the failed Pruitt–Igoe housing project and for his design of the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, buildings 1 and 2. Yamasaki was one of the most prominent architects of the 20th century. He and fellow architect Edward Durell Stone are generally considered to be the two master practitioners of “New…

ing reliastar building (previously the northwestern national life building), minneapolis, minnesota. built in 1964 by minoru yamasaki and associates.

frenchcurious: “Château d'eau Grand Central à Johannesburg, concu par GAPP Architects & Urban Designers en 1996. ”

Grand Central Water Tower, Midrand, South Africa, 1996 by GAPP Architects & Urban Designers. Coutesy GAPP Architects featured in This Brutal World, a loving homage to Brutalism from Phaidon and Peter Chadwick

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Plan d'une collège de Polytechnique en dwg

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The National Theatre in London, an example of modernist and brutalist architecture by Deny's Lasdun

Ecocities and Concrete: London's architecture reimagined in photographs by Andy Spain

London National Theatre - Denys Lasdun Brutalism is the term coined to describe the raw architecture often made with concrete during the and (with a later resurgence).

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This building is a concrete prison. Called Gian Paolo Valenti made in This is a Brutalist Architecture building I can tell by the shapes and the structure of the building.

Hayward Gallery, London

Hayward Gallery, London - Brutalist by Norman Engleback, Ron Herron and Warren Chalk