I do not know how about you, but I love modernism and raw buildings of post-war years. I'm none an architect, rather a complete layman. I found an interesting article about well-known constructions. If anyone was curious about that you can find the link below.
After the Second World War, reinforced concrete enabled the rapid reconstruction of whole cities. The new material paved the way for new architectural forms. Since then, it's been several years, buildings are aging. There is a discussion about what to do with them all over the world.
If they ask me they should take care of them because it's a history and some of them are a real masterpiece.
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