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Square One added two mezzanines to the 19th-century building in Bucharest, Romania, that now houses the bookstore chain Carturesti’s largest location. Photography by Cosmi...

Square One added two mezzanines to the 19th-century building in Bucharest, Romania, that now houses the bookstore chain Carturesti’s largest location. Photography by Cosmi...

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Lego wall in Tel Aviv by Jan Vormann, Project Dispatchwork

Lego wall in Tel Aviv by Jan Vormann, Project Dispatchwork

Table basse "LEGO" de salon ou d'appoint : Meubles et rangements par kukupraline

Table basse "LEGO" de salon ou d'appoint : Meubles et rangements par kukupraline

Laser Cut: Designs Can Be Used As Highlighter | The Future Homes

Laser Cut: Designs Can Be Used As Highlighter | The Future Homes

Maisons Jaoul by Le Corbusier, Neuilly-sur-Seine - Paris, 1955.

Maisons Jaoul by Le Corbusier, Neuilly-sur-Seine - Paris, 1955.

The Barbican Complex, one of the foremost examples of Brutalist Architecture, built over three decades in the 50s, 60s & 70s. Nowhere else in London quite like it.

The Barbican Complex, one of the foremost examples of Brutalist Architecture, built over three decades in the 50s, 60s & 70s. Nowhere else in London quite like it.

Denys Lasdun, Keeling House, Hackney Rd. London.

Denys Lasdun, Keeling House, Hackney Rd. London.

London based illustrator and designer, Thomas Danthony recently collaborated with Black Dragon press to create a beautifully minimalist series focused on Brutalism architecture in London. Inspired by their concrete beauty, Danthony has illustrated three of London’s most iconic buildings in all their Brutalist glory for a series of limited edition prints.

London based illustrator and designer, Thomas Danthony recently collaborated with Black Dragon press to create a beautifully minimalist series focused on Brutalism architecture in London. Inspired by their concrete beauty, Danthony has illustrated three of London’s most iconic buildings in all their Brutalist glory for a series of limited edition prints.

The National Theatre, London, completed in 1976

The National Theatre, London, completed in 1976