Posts Tagged: Brutalism

Brutal Underground: Three Metro Stations in Barcelona by Garcés – de Seta – Bonet

[Originally published in Mark Magazine #54] Barcelona has a problem: too many motor vehicles occupy too much space and fill the densely populated inner city with too much exhaust and noise, causing gridlock, smog and, for many, nearly unbearable stress.

Brutal Underground: Three Metro Stations in Barcelona by Garcés – de Seta – Bonet

[Originally published in Mark Magazine #54] Barcelona has a problem: too many motor vehicles occupy too much space and fill the densely populated inner city with too much exhaust and noise, causing gridlock, smog and, for many, nearly unbearable stress.

Generic No More: Toronto Modernism in Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Enemy’

Canadian cities such as Toronto or Vancouver are often used by Hollywood to represent either generic modern cities that could be anywhere, or else to act as substitute locations for specific American cities, usually New York or Chicago. An example

Generic No More: Toronto Modernism in Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Enemy’

Canadian cities such as Toronto or Vancouver are often used by Hollywood to represent either generic modern cities that could be anywhere, or else to act as substitute locations for specific American cities, usually New York or Chicago. An example

Jurisprudence: The City of Justice by David Chipperfield Architects and b720 Arquitectura

[originally published in Art 4D Magazine] Courts of justice are steeped in protocol and decorum, not merely because of tradition, but in order to establish and assert the authority of law. This applies to everything from the gown worn by a

Jurisprudence: The City of Justice by David Chipperfield Architects and b720 Arquitectura

[originally published in Art 4D Magazine] Courts of justice are steeped in protocol and decorum, not merely because of tradition, but in order to establish and assert the authority of law. This applies to everything from the gown worn by a