Inside Bruno Taut’s Glass House, Berlin
Lappe Apartment Building (1958) in Cologne, by Hans Schilling & Stefan Wewerka
Oh, think twice: Politicians in Cologne-Rodenkirchen want to replace this Brutalist city hall by a new building.
Walther Ruoff: District City Hall Rodenkirchen, Cologne, Germany, 1966-1967
Photo: © Martin Sodt 2018
St. Johannes XXIII Köln (1968)
Josef Rikus & Heinz Buchmann
Cologne’s Die Bastei (The Bastion) restaurant looking remarkable by night in the 1930s. It was built in 1924 and designed by Wilhelm Riphahn, much damaged in WW2 and restored in 1958.
Church St Franziskus (1958-60) in Cologne, Germany, by Hans Schilling
If you are running out of ideas for your carnival costume: in Cologne
Brutalism dresses as concrete mushrooms!
Unfortunately, the ones in front of Cologne Cathredal have been
demolished in 2013. But we collected some more crazy concrete in Cologne for you!
More information about concrete and other weather mushrooms worldwide on:
Photos: Gunnar Klack 2008 (CC BY-SA 2.0) / © Klaus Herda 2011–2014
The OBU House (1976-82) in Cologne, Germany, by Erwin H. Zander. Demolished in 2011.
Interior of the Church St Mechtern (1953-54) in Cologne, Germany, by Rudolf & Maria Schwarz