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May 21 2018

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All services are microservices if you ignore most of their features.

Containers [Explained]

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“Ugh, TMI.” “Yeah, that’s some tantalizing meat info.”

IMHO [Explained]

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May 14 2018

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Extrusion transformation study

April 30 2018

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François Deladerrière

April 29 2018

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@UtilitarianArchitecture in Hong Kong. #BRUTgroup photo taken by @170.zero and sent in from @camille.deguingand #UtilitarianArchitecture

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@utilitarianarchitecture Centre National de la Danse, Pantin, Built in 1965. architects Jacques Kalisz, Jean Perrottet. #brutgroup photo via #utilitarianarchitecture

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@utilitarianarchitecture Fountain in Como, by Cesare Cattaneo and Mario Radice, designed in 1935, built in 1960. #brutgroup photo via #utilitarianarchitecture

April 27 2018

April 23 2018

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Thats not the point..

April 21 2018

April 20 2018

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“Only a FOOL”

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Apartment complex,
Ivry-Seine, France, 1969-75
architect: Renée Gailhoustet, Jean Renaudie ; This particular residential complex by Jean Renaudie forms part of a set of interventions which he carried out in the city of Ivry outside Paris. The size of the project makes it the most significant by this disciple of Auguste Perret and Marcel Lods. Jean Renaudie was the founder of the Atelier de Montrouge, alongside Pierre Riboulet, Gérard Thurnauer and Jean-Louis Véret. In 1968 he left the Atelier and continued in the company of Renée Gailhoustet. He has left his mark in an architecture which colonises the territory like a rhizome. The oblique angles and the green element shaped the strategy to lighten the presence of concrete. The main Ivry complex is made up of 40 social dwellings, offices and stores which are mixed on different levels and which link both sides of the old Lenine Avenue. The term brutalist, which has been used to describe the work of Renuadie, seems somewhat hasty to define the urban richness which this project harbours. Nearly forty years after its construction, the freshness of the proposal remains intact.#brutgroup photo via #isc20c

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The Nakagin Capsule Tower is a mixed-use residential and office tower designed by architect Kisho Kurokawa and located in Shimbashi, Tokyo, Japan.

The building is composed of two interconnected concrete towers, respectively eleven and thirteen floors, which house 140 self-contained prefabricated capsules. Each capsule measures 2.5 m (8.2 ft) by 4.0 m (13.1 ft) with a 1.3 metre diameter window at one end and functions as a small living or office space. Capsules can be connected and combined to create larger spaces. Each capsule is connected to one of the two main shafts only by four high-tension bolts and is designed to be replaceable. Although the capsules were designed with mass production in mind, none of the units has been replaced since the original construction.
#BRUTgroup photos submitted by @alexgalmeanu

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@utilitarianarchitecture Ludwig Leo
Umlauftank, 1967-74 #brutgroup photo via #utilitarianarchitecture

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Unlike my mood, the weather is bright and sunny today.

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The more you know

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