18 Buildings Worthy Of '70s Sci-Fi

Brutalist architecture is easy to spot. It's concrete, angular and looks like something out of Clockwork Orange (actually, some of these buildings were in Clockwork Orange). Check out more of the "Raw Concrete" movement from our friends at Oobject.

Alexandra Road, London

Apollo Pavilion 12, Peterlee

Barbican Estate, London

Birmingham Central Library

Brownfield Estate, East London

Brunel University

Car Park, New Haven

Carpenter Center, Harvard

The Geisel Library in San Diego

Hayward Gallery, London

Laboratories, Long Island

National Theatre, London

Park Hill Estate

Pimlico School, London

Robin Hood Gardens, London

Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum

Trellic Tower, London - Ian Flemming hated the architect so much that he named the Bond Villain, Goldfinger, after him.

Tricorn Center Portsmouth

While we're on the subject of architecture, have you seen these 15 buildings used in famous Sci-Fi movies, 15 modernist gas staions, or those buildings made from converted silos?

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