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Sydney's last stand against gentrification.
Serbian photographer Jovana Mladenovic photographs forgotten post-World War II sculptures.
Galerie Gmurzynska's booth at TEFAF New York was Tron meets Brutalism.
Milton Keynes is turning 50, and while yes, it's a bit grey and drab, it's also uniquely liveable.
Iconic concrete structures are facing demolition around the world—but architects and historians are fighting back.
The month long program of events celebrates those concrete buildings you love to hate.
Sound artist Mo H. Zareei finds poetic beauty in blocky buildings.
A unique dining experience brought to you by Melbourne culinary collective Otis Armada.
The Fortress of Solitude of the future hangs off the side of a cliff.
A new Taschen volume celebrates “liquid stone."