15 edificios brutalistas que parecen sacados de un futuro distópico
The National Trust opens 130 Balfron Tower1–12 October 2014 If, like me, you’ve never stumbled across Poplar in East London by accident, here’s a very good reason to jump aboard the DLR and visit Ernö Goldfinger’s Balfron Tower. The National Trust, who already manage Goldfinger’s covetable house in Willow Road, Hampstead, are opening the doors of number 130 of this Brutalist tower for two weeks from 1 October 2014.The Balfron Tower, which is about to undergo major refurbishment, was…
My favorite contemporary building of all time. Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank, Hong Kong, China - 1985. Norman Foster with Ove Arup and Partners. suspended floors, and focuses on air flow, organic natural light usage and each office has a window to promote sun and wind. The elements are the inspiration <3 I love you Foster and Partners!
Chartridge, Aylesbury Estate, London, Hans Peter Trenton, London Borough of Southwark’s Architecture Department, 1963-1977 Photo: Simon Phipps
Torre Banco de China. El edificio no solo refleja las imágenes del cielo y la ciudad sino que también absorbe la luz del sol, de modo que el consumo de energía para iluminación y calefacción se reducen.