Gallery: Modern architecture that highlights the rugged beauty of concrete

Sublime concrete architecture is by no means new, of course – the Romans were perfecting the art thousands of years ago. More recently, the Brutalist movement, which valued exposed concrete and bold, uncompromising forms, produced some of the world’s most influential concrete architecture. Projects like Le Corbusier’s Unité d’Habitation in Marseille and London’s Trellick Tower, by Ernő Goldfinger, pictured below, are two famous high points.

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