Very nearly called Lenin Court, Lubetkin’s Modernist Icon Bevin Court in the ‘Socialist Republic of Finsbury’
Take Part In The Museum of Architecture’s Gingerbread House City Exhibition:
It Takes A Village To Build A Gingerbread City
Sunseekers: The Immigrant Architects That Created Hippie California
The Making of Lovell Health House
A Global Photo Project Documenting Self-Isolation In The Age Of Covid-19
From a Spoiled Sheep Station to a Modern Marvel: Modernism in Australia’s National Capital
Singer-songwriter Genevieve offers a Dreamy insiders view from the 42nd floor of the Barbican
Oslo’s most important International Modernist building ultimately disappeared before our eyes
Examining Unité d’Habitation in Nantes-Rezé:
La Maison Radieus Is The Perfect Introduction Into Le Corbusier’s Vision For City Planning
Explore The Former Soviet Union With An Exclusive GreyScape – Soviet ★ Tours – Curated Visit
Meet The Chermaveffs, The Architects That Had An ‘Incredible’ Impact On Sir Norman Foster
Alexandra and Ainsworth Estate British Brutalist Architecture Through Russian Eyes
Why The Brutalism Appreciation Society’s Murray Tompsett Had To Visit Bobigny and Beyond
São Paulo living – Oscar Niemeyer’s Edificio Copan
Love at first sight, David Torrance shares why he’s smitten
Bloki: Poland’s Architecture Journey Through Communism: From interwar years Modernism to communist bloki through a photographers lens
Exploring one of West Africa’s modernist landmarks, Hotel Ivoire
African Modernist Architecture
Kaliningrad’s House of the Soviets, the Unintended Brutalist Monument to the USSR
Unfinished but not unloved.
VIENNA: BAROQUE AND BRUTALISM
Join us on a dive into brutalist Vienna, a city well known for that other Italian import, the Baroque
Akademiebusen, Lost in Concrete
Attention-grabbing huge DDR era concrete brutalist spheres
Isokon and the Bauhaus in Britain, a British Modernist Masterpiece; home to Agatha Christie, spies and centre of an intellectual circle
Constructivism: A New Generation Discovers its Heritage
In the territory of a fresh-pair-of-eyes, Eugeny Korolev is exploring Moscow’s Soviet architecture.
Concrete apartment blocks weighing tens of thousands of tons on soaring columns
Preserving it’s modernist architecture and why we should care about it
@Brutesinlego – Building In Concrete Brick By Lego Brick
Creative brutalist designs with #elsawithdots and #felixiraptor
Moisei Reischer’s 1931 Constructivist White Tower
When the dial was reset in Russia.
The Shrooms Have Gone
Yaacov Rechter’s iconic, brutalist, concrete, otherworldly canopies popped up on the cover of ‘Men Of North Country’s ‘This City’.
Weizmann House by Erich Mendelsohn
When a man with a big vision commissioned a man who could interpret that vision and make it his own.
The Sheats-Goldstein Residence
Winding private roads and cultured ferns keep James Goldstein’s John Lautner property away from prying eyes
We speak to the maker of Barbican|Urban Poetry
Joe Gilbert, award-winning documentary filmmaker
Walden 7, Visiting A Little Piece of Utopian
How a 1948 book inspired a generation
Kenzo Tange, A Man With A Plan
Japan’s post war brutalist visitor favourite still suspends belief
Karacharovo Mechanical Plant
The wonders of google threw up a declassified 1954 CIA Intelligence document
Why was this Modernist house a short distance from Prague neglected and ignored for decades?
The Melnikov House
A family home for a prominent man, yet everyone slept in a single bedroom.
The famed estate in Roehampton is at risk. Home to several thousand in a mix of flats and maisonettes, a perfect example of the work Rosemary Stjernstedt and her design team at the London County Council in the 1950s
New York New York
Manhatten, home town for three years and an adventure playground for fans of concrete and cocktails.
There are a few really peachy places to visit to photograph a modern architectural icon