Have some Brutalism.
Condon Hall, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA, 1973.
Initially constructed for the law department, it has since served as a surge building, housing elements from various departments, including the UW College of Built Environments. Built and opened during a time when Brutalism was increasingly growing out of favor, it received much vocal hate and disgust since even before its doors opened from pretty much every department that has inhabited it and university officials, with the exception of the College of Built Environments. One remark even declared it as “Stalinist Architecture”.
See? This is my problem with brutalism hate, as it’s not about the structures themselves, but what they seemly represent, ignoring its merits as the marriage between engineering and modernist architecture.