Miller House, Lexington, Kentucky, 1987-1991
(Jose Oubrerie)
There is an excellent and very informative article on ArchDaily (with photographs by Samuel Ludwig) regarding Jose Oubrerie’s incredible Miller House near Lexington, Kentucky. While not strictly Brutalist, it is certainly “an internalization and redeployment of its lessons,” along with many other historical precedents. As author Evan Chakroff notes, the Miller House is up for sale and therefore threatened with demolition. Read the article and view this amazing house here.

Miller House, Lexington, Kentucky, 1987-1991

(Jose Oubrerie)

There is an excellent and very informative article on ArchDaily (with photographs by Samuel Ludwig) regarding Jose Oubrerie’s incredible Miller House near Lexington, Kentucky. While not strictly Brutalist, it is certainly “an internalization and redeployment of its lessons,” along with many other historical precedents. As author Evan Chakroff notes, the Miller House is up for sale and therefore threatened with demolition. Read the article and view this amazing house here.

Renton K. Brodie Chemistry and Biology Science Center, University of Cincinnati, 1970
(A.M. Kinney Associates)

Renton K. Brodie Chemistry and Biology Science Center, University of Cincinnati, 1970

(A.M. Kinney Associates)

Central Plaza, York University, Toronto, Ontario, 1970s
(Gordon S. Adamson, Searle Wilbee Rowland, Shore & Moffatt)

Central Plaza, York University, Toronto, Ontario, 1970s

(Gordon S. Adamson, Searle Wilbee Rowland, Shore & Moffatt)