Luis Barragan & Mathias Goeritz - Towers of the Satellite City, Mexico city 1957 (original colors). Photo (C) Kim Zwarts.
Chilean architect Ricardo Torrejón wanted to integrate the garden into this concrete house in Santiago, so he added huge windows at the back and glazed recesses along the front and sides (+ slideshow). (more...)
The folded concrete walls of this lakeside visitor centre in China's Anhui Province were designed by architects Archiplein to mimic the uneven surfaces of the surrounding mountains (+ slideshow). (more...)
Some of the concrete walls of this house in Yokohama, Japan, by Tai and Associates were formed against wooden planks, while some have been rendered white and others have been left plain (+ slideshow). (more...)
If you live or work in one of LA’s many older concrete buildings and happened to read the Los Angeles Times recent story, “Concrete Risks,” your building, as swanky and detailed as it may be, may never be experienced in quite the same light. The report sounds the alarm on over 1,000 concrete buildings in the city and […]
Jean-François Zevaco - Architect’s own house and studio, Casablanca 1979. Via.
A hotel under construction on a South Pacific island is depicted as a collection of architectural ruins in this series of images by Australian photographer Peter Bennetts (+ slideshow). (more...)
Curtis & Davis - Immaculate Conception Church, New Orleans (Westbank) 1957. Via the amazing Tulane digital archive.