Brutalist Architecture from the southern desert city of Be’er Sheva in Israel – captured during sandstorms
Yesterday I ventured outside of Tel Aviv-Yafo to a place known for its Brutalist Architecture.
I was greeted by a massive sandstorm, which only added to the surrealist landscape I discovered.
It is the beginning of a new project for The Beautalist, so stay tuned.
Hello dear followers,
Want to see what’s inside some of the buildings that feature here, and many others?
I am happy to announce the launch of a new ongoing project – documenting the entrances of cities around the world.
It’s been to New York, is currently in Tel Aviv-Jaffa – and will continue shortly in Naples, Italy.
Each week a new entrance is released to the world.
or by subscribing to the weekly newsletter on the contact page of the website: www.entrancesof.com
I hope you enjoy – and please, pass on to anyone you think might be interested.
The Beautalist is off to the UK for a week. So there won’t be any action on this blog until I return.
In the meantime, check out my latest discovery – the central complex of the ‘Industry House’ building in Tel-Aviv. The building itself was not new to me, but never before had I stepped inside, nor knew much about the history. The building is the only one of many that was built from a plan to create an economic hub on the ‘manshia’ site (which lies between central tel-aviv and the ancient city of yafo). For more interesting history on this site visit here and here.
Sorry for the absence. I’ve been back in the homeland – Australia, so there’s been no need for any venting, ’cause it’s so darn beautiful there! No, that’s not entirely true, there’s still plenty of Beautiful yet Brutal architecture in the land of Oz.
So, let’s get back into it….