Admiring the Golden Age of Concrete Architecture

“Ornate buildings invite us to pore over their beautiful details, but the plain, often imposing facades of post-war concrete architecture usually make us look away–or look past them entirely,” writes Fast Co. ” Yet in a new book called Extra Normal from Scheidegger and Spiess, Swiss photographer Serge Fruehauf focuses on their inspired details, which are often hiding in plain sight.” Visit Fast Co. for more images from the Golden Age of concrete architecture and Fruehauf’s book.