Starting in 1951, modernist concrete fortresses started popping up across Europe. The movement spread across the globe, spawning a controversial new style. The Atlas of Brutalist Architecture pays tribute to those bulky jewels around the world and the masters that created them. Featuring over 850 buildings from 102 countries, the book is the first to extensively document the architectural style, detailing the evolution with examples from the 20th-century as well as contemporary models while its oversized format artistically displays 1000 frame-worthy photographs.
13 3/8" x 9 1/2" / 560 pages