That's badass.Okay, here's some more "look at the modern architecture":
This year the architects at OMA completed an amazing project in a new town called Gwanggyo located south of Seoul, in South Korea. It's the sixth branchwww.homedit.com
It looks like something between an igneous rock formation, and a Borg cube.
It's considered a classic of brutalist architecture, actually.Well, it certainly has decorative elements, so it doesn't count as Brutalist.
No, it's ugly, but it's ours. I'm kinda sentimental to it.Sadly unbreakable topheavy mass of shit?
I think you might be onto something. The regime could entrench themselves in that building, waiting for reinforcements, while shooting at the enraged mob trying to hang the leadership. Who's to say the elite didn't learn from the Bastille of Paris?Well, it certainly has decorative elements, so it doesn't count as Brutalist.
Mind you, if one considers all those openings as places people defending the building could poke rifles out of...