Pieces of art containing pieces of art: the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum example.


Concrete for public buildings

Vittorio Gregotti architect

Who was Vittorio Gregotti

Vittorio Gregotti was one of the fathers of Italian modern architecture, member of the Neo-Avant Garde and a key figure in 1970s Post Modernism.  He has passed away at the age of 92 from coronavirus.


Concrete in 2nd World War: 3 great examples


New life to concrete heritage


SPORT ARCHITECTURE: 3 Masterpieces made of concrete


Significant 20th Century Brutalists Buildings of Eastern Europe: our top 5

Brutalism is an architectural movement born in the twentieth century and spread in the following years in most of Europe. It originated from some works of the famous French architect Le Corbusier, who wanted to break with the simplicity and purity that characterized the architecture of the 1940s to create a new, plastic and imposing […]