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In 1967, Brunel University's Lecture Centre was built in London from a design by English architect John Heywood. The sculptural building made of reinforced-concrete was used as a dystopian film setting in the Stanley Kubrick movie "A Clockwork Orange."

Photo: Darren Bradley
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#brutalistarchitecture #londonarchitecture #clockworkorange
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A painter and poet couple hired Richard Neutra to design their house and studio on a Los Angeles hilltop. The Chuey House was built in 1957 in the International Style and still stands today in good condition.

Photo: Julius Shulman, 1958; digital restoration by Modernist Collection

#hollywoodhills #richardneutra #losangelesrealestate
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The Office Building at the Snaidero Industrial Complex in Majano Del Friuli, Udine, Italy, designed by Angelo Mangiarotti in 1978, showcases the principles of High-Tech architecture. Mangiarotti, an Italian architect, emphasized structural innovation and the visible expression of building elements. The design features a clear exposition of its construction methods and the use of modern materials such as steel and glass, characteristic of High-Tech architecture. This approach not only highlights the aesthetic of functionality but also aligns with the industrial context of the Snaidero complex, merging architectural form with industrial efficiency.

#SnaideroIndustrialComplex #MajanoDelFriuli #HighTechArchitecture #AngeloMangiarotti #ArchitecturalInnovation #ModernMaterials #SteelandGlass #IndustrialEfficiency #FunctionalAesthetic
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1962: Norman Foster and Richard Rogers at Yale School of Architecture. After graduating from the University of Manchester’s School of Architecture and City Planning in 1961, Foster won the Henry Fellowship to the Yale School of Architecture, where he earned his master’s degree, and where he met fellow architecture student Richard Rogers.

Upon returning to England, Rogers and Foster formed the architectural firm Team 4 with Su Brumwell and Wendy Cheesman. Their practice quickly earned a reputation for high-tech industrial design. (Foster + Partners)
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Bauhaus-trained architect Marcel Breuer designed the library at St. John's University in the 1950s. Massive concrete structures support the coffered ceiling in the reading room. We also love Breuer's custom-designed tables with built-in lighting panels.

Location: Collegeville Township, Minnesota.
Photo: Hedrich-Blessing, circa 1958

#marcelbreuer #Bauhaus #brutalist
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Ludwig Mies van der Rohe with Students at the Bauhaus, Berlin (credits to: Harvard Art Museums/Busch-Reisinger Museum, Gift of Howard Dearstyne)

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, one of the foremost figures in modernist architecture, played a crucial role in the history of the Bauhaus. In 1930, he became the last director of the Bauhaus, succeeding Hannes Meyer. Under his leadership, the Bauhaus faced increasing political pressure and financial difficulties, but Mies van der Rohe remained committed to the school's mission of integrating art, craft, and technology.

Mies van der Rohe emphasized architectural clarity, simplicity, and functionality, principles that were integral to the Bauhaus philosophy. He promoted the idea that architecture should serve society and reflect modern industrial advancements. He restructured the Bauhaus curriculum to focus more on architecture and industrial design, ensuring that students were prepared for practical work in a rapidly industrializing world. During his tenure, the Bauhaus faced significant political opposition from the ****** regime, which viewed its modernist ideals and progressive politics with suspicion. Despite these challenges, Mies van der Rohe strived to maintain the school's independence and academic integrity.

#LudwigMiesvanDerRohe #Bauhaus #Berlin #modernistarchitecture #ArchitecturalClarity #ArtCraftTechnology #IndustrialDesign #ArchitecturePhilosophy #BauhausCurriculum #AcademicIntegrity
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The Niterói Contemporary Art Museum in Brazil, designed by Oscar Niemeyer in 1991, is a landmark of modernist architecture. Located on a cliffside overlooking Guanabara Bay, the museum features a distinctive, futuristic design with its iconic saucer shape and dramatic, cantilevered structure. This bold use of reinforced concrete creates the illusion of the building floating above the water. The museum's interior provides spacious galleries and breathtaking panoramic views, making it a cultural and architectural highlight of Brazil.

© Photograph by Caroline Cagnin

#OscarNiemeyer #modernistarchitecture #NiteróiContemporaryArtMuseum
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Les Arènes de Picasso, often called the "Camemberts," is an architectural gem in Noisy-le-Grand. Designed by Manuel Núñez Yanowsky and completed in 1984, this remarkable complex includes 540 social housing units. The disc-shaped buildings rest on pedestals and encircle an octagonal square featuring boutiques, playgrounds, and a school. Known for its advanced prefabrication techniques and a central sculpture by Miguel Berrocal, it remains a tourist attraction despite its challenging surroundings, earning its place in European architectural heritage.

#LesArènesdePicasso #Camemberts #EuropeanArchitecture
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The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, designed by Frank Gehry, opened in 1997 in Bilbao, Spain. Known for its sweeping curves and ******* anium-clad exterior, the museum has become an architectural icon. The building features contemporary art exhibitions and has played a pivotal role in revitalizing Bilbao. Gehry's innovative design combines complex geometry with advanced materials, making the Guggenheim a landmark in modern architecture.

#GuggenheimBilbao #FrankGehry #ModernArchitecture
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The photograph of the Assembly building under construction in Chandigarh, India (1950-1965), captures the raw, transformative phase of this monumental project. Amidst the scaffolding and construction materials, one can sense the birth of an architectural icon designed by Le Corbusier. Pierre Jeanneret, who served as Chandigarh’s first chief architect from 1952 to 1965 played a crucial role in the implementation of the project. The Assembly building, part of Chandigarh’s Capitol Complex, showcases the principles of modernism through its bold geometric forms, exposed concrete surfaces, and innovative use of natural light. This construction site represents not only the physical realization of post-independence India’s new identity but also the collaborative genius of Le Corbusier and Jeanneret, who masterfully blended functionality with aesthetic vision in civic architecture.

#Chandigarh #India #Architecture #LeCorbusier #PierreJeanneret #modernism #CapitolComplex #Construction #ArchitecturalIcon #CivicArchitecture
Kiến trúc Việt Nam
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Vào những năm 20 của thế kỷ trước, người Pháp chủ trương đẩy mạnh khai thác thuộc địa trên quy mô lớn và lâu dài để phục hưng đất nước vừa ra khỏi Chiến tranh thế giới lần thứ I. Thêm nữa, ở Đông Dương thời ấy, toàn quyền Maurice Long là người có tư tưởng cải cách và nhiều tham vọng. Năm 1921, chính ông đã mời kiến trúc sư Ernest Hebrard, một trong số ít kiến trúc sư nổi tiếng của Pháp bấy giờ sang làm giám đốc đầu tiên của sở Kiến trúc, Quy hoạch Đông Dương.

Công trình trụ sở Tài chính Đông Dương (nay là bộ Ngoại giao) được Ernest Hebrard thiết kế năm 1924, khởi công xây dựng năm 1925 và hoàn thành năm 1928. Đây là công trình duy nhất được xây dựng theo Đồ án Quy hoạch chi tiết khu trung tâm hành chính, chính trị Đông Dương cũng do chính ông thiết kế.

Công trình nằm trong bố cục quy hoạch theo quan niệm “Thành phố - Vườn” thịnh hành thời bấy giờ, đồng thời cho thấy kiến trúc sư Ernest Hebrard chịu ảnh hưởng rõ rệt của nghệ thuật thiết kế đô thị cổ điển Beaux-arts Paris và phong cách vườn-công viên Ba rốc Pháp.

Thiết kế mặt bằng công trình hoàn toàn đối xứng qua trục chính theo kiểu kiến trúc Pháp kinh điển. Khối chính cao bốn tầng nhìn ra quảng trường cuối phố Chu Văn An. Khối sau nhìn ra công viên cao ba tầng. Tầng trệt thấp là nơi đặt các phòng phục vụ. Tầng trệt thấp là cần thiết tạo vẻ bề thế của công trình, tạo điều kiện thông thoáng, chống nồm, ẩm để đảm bảo môi trường làm việc tốt nhất cho các phòng ở tầng trên.

Hệ mái ngói nhiều lớp kiểu kiến trúc phương Đông được Ernest khai thác tài tình, đặc biệt là lầu mái lớn ở khối trung tâm mặt đứng chính, cùng với lớp mái phân tầng, che cửa sổ và mái tiền sảnh...Hệ mái còn có ý nghĩa quan trọng trong việc chống mưa hắt, che nắng, giảm bức xạ mặt trời. Cửa sổ rộng, trong kính, ngoài chớp, lại có mái che cùng hệ thống các lỗ thoáng ở thân tường trên cửa sổ sát trần và trên sàn làm tăng khả năng đối lưu không khí, thông thoáng tự nhiên đảm bảo điều kiện vi khí hậu trong phòng tốt nhất cả trong mùa hè nóng bức và mùa đông lạnh giá.

(Ảnh chụp 12.2019)

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In the 20s of the last century, the French advocated promoting colonial exploitation on a large scale and long term to revive the country that had just come out of World War I. Furthermore, in Indochina at that time , Governor-General Maurice Long was a reform-minded and ambitious man. In 1921, he invited architect Ernest Hebrard, one of the few famous French architects at that time, to become the first director of the Indochina Department of Architecture and Planning.

The Indochina Finance Headquarters (now the Vietnam Ministry of Foreign Affairs) was designed by Ernest Hebrard in 1924, construction began in 1925 and completed in 1928. This is the only project built according to the Master Plan. The administrative and political center of Indochina was also designed by him.
The project is located in the planning layout according to the "City - Garden" concept popular at that time, and also shows that architect Ernest Hebrard was clearly influenced by the classic urban design art of Beaux-arts Paris. and French Baroque garden-park style.

The building's floor plan design is completely symmetrical about the main axis in classic French architectural style. The four-storey main block overlooks the square at the end of Chu Van An street. The rear block overlooking the park is three stories high. The lower ground floor is where the service rooms are located. The low ground floor is necessary to create the appearance of the building, create airy conditions, prevent humidity and humidity to ensure the best working environment for the rooms on the upper floors.

The multi-layer tile roof system of Oriental architecture was skillfully exploited by Ernest, especially the large roof in the central block of the main façade, along with the layered roof, window coverings and lobby roof...Roof system It is also important in preventing rain, shading, and reducing solar radiation. Large windows, inside the glass, outside the shutters, have a roof and a system of holes in the wall body on the ceiling and floor windows, increasing the ability of air convection and natural ventilation to ensure micro-aerobic conditions. The climate in the room is best both in hot summers and cold winters.
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Photo taken December 2019
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Grammichele is a town located in the province of Catania, Sicily, Italy. It was founded in 1693, following the devastating earthquake that struck the region.

The town was rebuilt in a unique hexagonal layout, designed by the architect Giovanni Battista Vaccarini. Its layout is based on a six-pointed star, with streets radiating out from the central Piazza Vittorio Emanuele. Grammichele is known for its well-preserved Baroque architecture and rich cultural heritage

#town #city #Italy #Architecture
Urban Sketchers Tokyo
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Hello everyone, I’m new here and I’d like to introduce you to Urban Sketchers Tokyo.

My name is Grover, and I’ve been involved with Urban Sketchers Tokyo, a non-profit organization that hosts on-location sketch events for outdoor sketching enthusiasts. These events welcome people of all ages and professions to sketch together, make new friends, and have fun. Participants include illustrators, architects, designers, students, housewives, and retirees, and all skill levels are welcome.

I first joined Urban Sketchers Tokyo in 2022 and met Trần Hoàng Hải, an architect and a friend of mine, during one of our sketch meetup events. Since then, we've explored many fascinating architectural buildings and cultural events together, including the Nakagin Capsule Tower Hotel.

At Urban Sketchers Tokyo our focus is on fostering a welcoming and inclusive community for all sketching enthusiasts. We encourage everyone to join us in capturing the beauty of Tokyo through sketching and documenting their experiences with pen and ink.
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Takaminechō House / Tomoaki Uno Architects

Takaminechō House, a residential project by Tomoaki Uno Architects in an upscale Nagoya neighborhood, integrates traditional Japanese field masonry into a modern context. Completed in 2021, this 2035 ft² house is inspired by the pyramids of Tenayuca and includes Japan’s first pyramid built using this method, housing a study room. Despite initial challenges and significant design changes, the project successfully balances historical techniques with contemporary needs.

Photography: Yasuo Hagiwara

#japan #Architecture #house
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The Tower of Shadows, a modernist masterpiece designed by Le Corbusier in the 1950s in India, serves as a pivotal study on solar movements. This structure embodies Le Corbusier's theory that sunlight can be controlled within a building's four corners, allowing for the manipulation of light and temperature even in warmer climates. Crafted from concrete, the open pavilion design meticulously traces the sun's path, casting intricate shadows both inside and outside, demonstrating a harmonious blend of functionality and aesthetic design.

Photo credit: visual_gluttony on Instagram

#lecorbusierrbusier #towerofshadows #modernistarchitecture
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Stacked Formations, designed by Eindhoven-based designer Rino Claessens for Gallery Scene Ouverte, is a minimalist series of volumes that can form side tables or coffee tables depending on the configuration.

#Chair #table #wood #minimalist #design
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SIILI Studio is a minimalist space located in Zhengzhou, China, designed by MOOI TIMELESS. To create a purer experiential ambiance while addressing the challenge of limited external views, white semi-transparent curtains were employed to shield the nearby high-rises, allowing soft natural light to filter in.

#space #studio #Zhengzhou #China
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West Broadway is a minimalist space located in Soho, New York, designed by MA STUDIO. The recent renovation of a 1,480 square foot apartment by Mock Studio aimed to redesign the floorplan to suit the client’s daily routines while adding an extra bedroom and bathroom.

#minimalist #space #NewYork #USA #redesign
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Appartament RC is a minimalist apartment located in Paris, France, designed by ono studio. In addressing the apartment’s previously dim ambiance, the design approach was to maintain an unpartitioned row of windows.

#apartment #Paris #France #design
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ONE – Bench is a minimalist bench created by Netherlands-based designer Frank Penders for Form Editions.

#Chair #design #minimalist
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This is a minimalist furniture collection created by Lausanne-based designer Gini Moynier for NOV Gallery. The project views reclaimed timber as a precious raw material and offers an alternative to help reduce the consumption of virgin wood in the furniture industry.

#furniture #design
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The most influential design school in the modern era, Germany's Bauhaus Dessau was designed in 1925 by Walter Gropius.

Photo: Chris Schroeer-Heiermann; https://www.flickr.com/pho...

#Bauhaus #internationalstyle #germanarchitecture
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"Century of Progress" was the theme of Chicago's World's Fair in 1933-34. The General Motors building was designed in a Streamline Moderne style by architect Albert Kahn. Visitors could view GM's new car models and watch autos being manufactured in a large-scale recreation of an assembly plant.

Photographer unknown, digital restoration by Modernist Collection

#artdecoarchitecture #worldsfair #chicagoarchitecture
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"The chair is unique and innovative, yet also obvious and recognisable. Together with the seat, the deep curvature of the backrest offers a very high level of comfort. The chair has a strong character in a solitary position and with its vertical bars, which are highly distinctive when repeated." - Daniel Rybakken

#Chair #design #wood
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Yale-trained architect Charles Gwathmey designed the Cooper Residence in 1967. The Modernist, wooden house is located on Cape Cod, Massachusetts and has views of the bay and the ocean beyond.

Photo: https://www.gwathmey-siege...

#charlesgwathmey #beachouse #midcenturymodern
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“Library in the Valley” by Design Center of Haoyuan Group, as described by Haoyuan Group’s Designer, in Guangzhou, China. The design reflects the essence of the Tian Ren Shan Shui Land Art Community, offering a space for the elderly to rediscover the value of life.

The building’s steady yet flowing shape symbolizes vitality and creates a touching space that resonates with the heart, inspired by the movie “Scent of a Woman.”

#guangzhou #China 📷: Wenrui Ye, Rujia Lin, Jian Zhang
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In 1923, Junzō Yoshimura decided to become an architect when he first walked into Frank Lloyd Wright's Imperial Hotel in Tokyo. Yoshimura went on to design everything from houses to museums. We think this is his design for a small tea house and koi pond at Japan House in New York, 1940.

(Photographer unknown)
#japanesearchitecture #teahouse #japanesemodern
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Finnish architect Viljo Revell designed the futuristic Toronto City Hall in the mid-1960s. Two curved towers face a flying-saucer like structure that houses the city council chambers.

Photographer unknown, circa 1963

#torontoarchitecture #canadiandesign #skyscrapers
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In 1962, Bauhaus-trained architect Marcel Breuer designed the Brutalist-style Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Building in Washington, D.C. The recessed square window openings create patterns of light and shadow that shift as the sun moves across the sky during the day.

Photo: Ben Schnall, circa 1970; digital restoration by Modernist Collection

#marcelbreuer #Bauhaus #brutalistarchitecture
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At the Ensemble Universitaire Tolbiac in Paris, identical glazed cubic modules are stacked around a reinforced concrete core, comprising three towers of different heights.

French architects Michel Andrault and Pierre Parat designed the avant-garde complex in the early 1970s.

Photo: Pierre Joly & Vera Cardet

#parisarchitecture #brutalism #skyscrapers

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