As was mentioned by someone else above, that's only partly true - obviously the photographer waited to get people-less pics.... now, whether you think these buildings actually look better as art pieces or can still look great when filled with people is another question.Interesting link from an artistic viewpoint.
30 pictures. Yes, I find the angles and sculpture of it compelling.
Now, who can tell me the total number of humanoids in the sum of those pictures?
Sadly, THAT'S the point.
Definitely need to get to NYC before that closes. Looks awesome.Thanks for the link, statler. Paulo Mendes da Rocha is a rockstar with concrete.
Hoping to see this at MoMA some weekend:
Toward a Concrete Utopia: Architecture in Yugoslavia, 1948–1980
The range of expression is wide, from purely utilitarian to visionary futurist grandeur.
And a more humane take on hard modernism, in scenic Iceland. I'm embarrassed to say that I was unfamiliar with Högna Sigurðardóttir's work.