Brutalist buildings

Explore the unique beauty and architectural marvels of Brutalist buildings. Find inspiration and learn about the history behind these captivating structures.
Architecture, Le Corbusier, Berlin, St Agnes, Historic Buildings, Berlin Germany, Architect, Catholic Church, Arquitetura

German architect Werner Düttmann (1921-1983), a prominent postwar modernist, designed the Brutalist St. Agnes Church in 1967 as the centerpiece of a social housing community of the Kreuzberg area of Berlin, which had been leveled in World War II. After years of neglect and threats of demolition, the church has made a comeback, reopening this May as König Galerie following a three-year restoration. Werner Düttmann served as the West Berlin senate building director in the 1960s. He assigned…

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