Thanks to editor Peter Corboy.
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photographer florian w. mueller has always perceived architecture as a kind of sculpture, highly influenced and singular with every changing era. in the 1970s, the brutalist movement has shook the world with its bold use of materials and shapes — particularly the the raw concrete church designs by gottfried böhm. but looking at the former german democratic republic (east), one is faced with the clean-cut, function oriented and very reduced bauhaus style known as ‘plattenbauten’ — which translates into buildings constructed with large slabs of prefabricated concrete.