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    Brutalist Berlin Map

    Featuring the most striking and influential examples of Brutalist architecture across Berlin, this two-sided guide includes a map, an introduction by Felix Torkar, details of more than fifty buildings and original photography. In English and German.
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    Brutalist Paris Map

    Featuring the most striking examples of Brutalist architecture in Paris, this two-sided guide includes a map, an introduction by Robin Wilson, details of more than forty buildings, and photographs by Nigel Green. French/English.
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    Brutalist Sydney Map

    This two-sided folding map features Sydney's (and its suburbs) most iconic and inspiring examples of Brutalist architecture from Pennant Hills to Sutherland and Curl Curl to Penrith. The reverse side of the map features details of fifty buildings, photographs and an introduction to Brutalism in Sydney by Glenn Harper.
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    Concrete Melbourne Map

    Concrete Melbourne Map presents more than fifty of the finest concrete buildings in Melbourne. Written by Glenn Harper, editor of Brutalist Sydney Map, this two-sided guide map presents remarkable concrete architecture found across Melbourne and its suburbs. Featuring original photography by Clinton Weaver.
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    Concrete Seoul Map

    Seoul’s finest examples of concrete and Brutalist architecture from the early 1960s to today are featured on this two-sided, bilingual guide. Including a map of selected buildings in Seoul and its surroundings, and details of over fifty concrete buildings, this map celebrates the thoroughly modern mark that concrete-built post-war development left on the city and its suburbs. Architects featured include Chung-up Kim, Swoo-geun Kim, MVRDV, Steven Holl, Zaha Hadid, and many others. With an introduction by Hyon-Sob Kim, Professor at Korea University’s Department of Architecture, and original photography by Yongjoon Choi.
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    Concrete Tokyo Map

    Featuring Tokyo’s most remarkable examples of concrete architecture, this two-sided, bilingual (Japanese and English) guide includes a map of the city, an introduction by Naomi Pollock, photographs and details of fifty selected buildings. Concrete construction is the signature of many Japanese architects, most notably Tadao Ando who uses the material in an exceptionally refined form. In the hands of Japan’s skilled contractors, concrete has become a remarkably versatile, expressive material. More than a means of support, concrete has a plasticity that can accommodate Tokyo’s oddly shaped sites and offers a variety of surface treatments with aesthetic possibilities.
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