Posted in: Architecture
Tags: architecture | urban | black & white | horizontal format
The “Musée L” (University Museum of Louvain) is an absolute example of brutalist architecture, characterized by facades of unpainted “raw concrete,” whose surfaces often have a texture keeping the mark of wooden planks that were used for molding. The building was built in 1973 by Belgian architect André Jacqmain in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium. Until 2017 it was named “Bibliothèque des Sciences et Technologies.” (August 2018)
Signed and Unsigned Wall Art Prints
Can be ordered as limited single edition prints or as unsigned photo prints.
Interior decor art consultants and curators are welcome to contact me to discuss this artwork’s reproduction license, customization, or special application.