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Tricom Center (Disrepair had left the car park derelict, but with more character)

Tricom Center (Disrepair had left the car park derelict, but with more character)

Southeastern Massachusetts Technological Institute (Now UMass Dartmouth), North Dartmouth, Massachusetts, 1963-66 (Paul Rudolph)

Southeastern Massachusetts Technological Institute (Now UMass Dartmouth), North Dartmouth, Massachusetts, (Paul Rudolph). And why this obsession with the colour orange durning the &

One of the beautiful, Brutalist Barbican towers, London

One of the beautiful, Brutalist Barbican towers, London

Fendi moves headquarters into Mussolini-comissioned building

Fendi moves headquarters into Mussolini-comissioned building

Fendi moves headquarters into iconic Mussolini-commissioned building

Nuffield Transplantation Surgery Unit, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1964 (Peter Womersley)

Nuffield Transplantation Surgery Unit, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh by Peter Womersley

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Cliff House / Hyde + Hyde Architects

Gallery of Cliff House / Hyde + Hyde Architects - 10

Image 10 of 17 from gallery of Cliff House / Hyde + Hyde Architects. Courtesy of Hyde + Hyde Architects

House in Miyake by Yoshio Ohno Architects.

House in Miyake is a minimalist house located in Hiroshima, Japan, designed by Hidetaka Nakahara Architects + Yoshio Ohno Architects. The site is divided by a retaining wall caused by construction for the purpose of selling the land.

I sat and eat my lunch on those steps in 2011 I was so happy to be visiting my home town again. Birmingham England

I sat and eat my lunch on those steps in 2011 I was so happy to be visiting my home town again.

Brutalist: Tricorn Centre, Portsmouth. Photograph: View Pictures/Rex

The incredible hulks: Jonathan Meades' A-Z of brutalism

Tricorn Centre, Portsmouth, Jonathan Meades' A-Z of brutalism

This building, St Peter’s Seminary, was designed by Gillespie, Kidd and Coia  and opened in 1966. It was used as a college initially but re-used as a drug rehabilitation centre until 1987. After that the building was abandoned

St Peter's Seminary, Cardross, Scotland, opened Architects: Andy MacMillan and Isi Metzstein of Gillespie, Kidd + Coia.

Leeds

The first part in a 4 part series where we will be covering the Brutalist architecture of Leeds, London, Manchester and Berlin. Brutalism, a title derived from

Preston bus station 232-26 - Brutalist architecture

Image 1 of 4 from gallery of Businessman Offers to Save Brutalist Landmark From Demolition. Photograph by Wikimedia Commons

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