We all know that a cat will sit where it fits, but if they were huge, couldn't that become a little bit problematic? Well, you should never underestimate a cat's ability to curl up in the most unexpected places, and this Instagram account understands that perfectly. "Cats of Brutalism" shows what would happen if cats suddenly blew up or cities shrunk. One way or another, black and white digital manipulations show cats taking over the most spectacular examples of brutalist architecture around the world.

Three students of Master of Architecture at the University at Buffalo, Emily Battaglia, Madelaine Ong, and Michaela Senay, set up the account to provide people with a "daily dose of cats and concrete," something you'd probably never have imagined you'd enjoy so much, and didn't expect it to become overwhelmingly popular with 83.7k Instagram followers. However, the juxtaposition of rough brutalist structures with soft and adorable cats creates absurd, yet whimsical images people can't seem to get enough of.

Emily Battaglia, one of the creators of the project, told Bored Panda:

“We never imagined this project would reach the audience it has. Our goal originally was to reach an audience of about 1,500 in 3 months to be able to call it successful. By 3 months, we were close to 20 thousand. The response has been very positive as well. We have received a lot of appraisal and support, which is what motivates us to post daily.”

Scroll through the gallery of cat-zillas and discover the wonders of brutalist architecture at the same time, then let us know which photos you like the most!

More info: Instagram | catsofbrutalism.com

#1

"Musical Island", Villa-Lobos State Park; Decio Tozzi, 1989, São Paulo, Brazil

"Musical Island", Villa-Lobos State Park; Decio Tozzi, 1989, São Paulo, Brazil

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Vicky Z
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4 months ago

Cats will be cats..... lays like she owns the place of course

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Bored Panda spoke to all three creators behind "Cats of Brutalism" to find out more about the adorable series. Michaela told us about the idea behind the project:

"Our initial goal was to create an Instagram page that could promote the preservation of brutalism and the style of brutalist architecture as a whole. We wanted to be able to differentiate ourselves from other architectural pages. There is controversy surrounding the discussion on whether or not brutalism is worth preserving and rather than being politically driven, we thought adding humor, such as the photoshopping of cats, could still be used to promote brutalism in a fun and light-hearted way. The first post we created was that of Paul Rudolph's Earl W. Brydges Public Library in Niagara Falls, New York and we used images of my cat. We all found it humorous and decided to continue creating more."

#2

Central Post Office; Janko Konstantinov, 1982, Skopje, Macedonia

Central Post Office; Janko Konstantinov, 1982, Skopje, Macedonia

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Mary Rose Kent
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4 months ago

In a mysterious, otherworldly voice: “You need to buy stamps”

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#3

Textile Centre; Chee Soon Wah, 1974, Kallang, Singapore

Textile Centre; Chee Soon Wah, 1974, Kallang, Singapore

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Vicky Z
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4 months ago

Hello little hooman

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Emily added: "The goal of the project was to create discussion on brutalist structures, as we recognized brutalism as an under-represented and under-appreciated architecture style. We believed the two contrasting subjects, super-scaled cats playing/interacting with it, can bring two communities together, cat lovers and architecture lovers, to educate and genuinely entertain viewers."

#4

Rivergate Tower; Harry Wolf, 1988, Tampa, Florida

Rivergate Tower; Harry Wolf, 1988, Tampa, Florida

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Hannah Edwards
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4 months ago

The building looks like a big hair roller

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#5

Milwaukee Police Administration Building; 1971, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Milwaukee Police Administration Building; 1971, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Susan Green
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4 months ago

Good place to snooze.

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Madelaine seconds the other creators, saying that brutalism is under-appreciated, and shares what they like about it the most.

"We chose brutalist architecture because it was recognized as an architectural style that is under-represented and under-appreciated globally. Since brutalism has multiple textures, ranging from monolithic 'blocky' appearances to 'corduroy' textured concrete, we believed it would be the perfect pairing for super-scaled cats to experience these forms as play objects that cats would love to play on, perch on, lay on, climb on, and scratch on. We began experimenting with cats up for adoption and brutalist buildings in need of attention, bridging two subjects that need awareness. We like that brutalist architecture has versatility when it comes to its design and can be found as a neighboring style in one's country."

#6

U-House; Toyo Itob, 1977 D. 1988, Tokyo, Japan

U-House; Toyo Itob, 1977 D. 1988, Tokyo, Japan

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Mary Rose Kent
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4 months ago

🎶We are Siamese, if you please🎶

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#7

Palácio Da Justiça; Oscar Niemeyer, 1962, Brasilia, Brazil

Palácio Da Justiça; Oscar Niemeyer, 1962, Brasilia, Brazil

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

“If you touch my belly, I will destroy you!”

We asked what are the most challenging and the most rewarding parts of "Cats of Brutalism," here's what Madelaine said:

"The most challenging thing about our project would be finding a good pairing between cat and building to create a post. Sometimes, we'd research a building but find the cat we'd like to pair with it doesn't end up matching the building as we thought it would and vice versa. The most rewarding thing about our project is the immense support we've received from fans and newspaper platforms in different parts of the world. We never thought our project would have exploded the way it did and are appreciative towards the growing community it has formed each day."

#8

Mondadori Group Headquarters; Oscar Niemeyer, 1975, Milan, Italy

Mondadori Group Headquarters; Oscar Niemeyer, 1975, Milan, Italy

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#9

Tate & Lyle Sugar Silo; Stuart Stephenson, 1957, Liverpool, England

Tate & Lyle Sugar Silo; Stuart Stephenson, 1957, Liverpool, England

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

I like the subtle pink wash.

#10

Omsk Musical Theatre; Lurie, Strigun And Belousova, 1981, Omsk Oblast, Russia

Omsk Musical Theatre; Lurie, Strigun And Belousova, 1981, Omsk Oblast, Russia

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

Clearly, this is the spot that gets the most sun!

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Michaela said that the three of them work on a project as a group:

"There really is no formula or specific job given amongst the three of us. We have a group chat that we use for communicating. We all have access to Instagram as well as email and if something needs to be addressed we can directly respond to each other using our group chat. We also use an online board where we can organize posts created. We all contribute to making posts and responding to emails, direct messages, requests, etc."

#11

The Rock, Brown University Library; Warner, Burns, Toan & Lunde, 1964, Providence, Rhode Island

The Rock, Brown University Library; Warner, Burns, Toan & Lunde, 1964, Providence, Rhode Island

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Ms.M.
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4 months ago (edited)

Looks like that guy is about to get kicked out of there.

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#12

Dr Seo's Women's Clinic Building (Atrium Office Building); Chung-Up Kim, 1967, Seoul, Korea

Dr Seo's Women's Clinic Building (Atrium Office Building); Chung-Up Kim, 1967, Seoul, Korea

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Ms.M.
Community Member
4 months ago

I yawned when I looked at that.

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#13

Ohio History Center; Ireland & Associates, 1970, Columbus, Ohio

Ohio History Center; Ireland & Associates, 1970, Columbus, Ohio

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Mary Rose Kent
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4 months ago

“HELP, my claws are stuck!”

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"Cats of Brutalism" is a collaborative project and anyone can submit their cat photos and request a brutalist building on their website. Emily said that they also use photos of cats from adoption websites and pages to bring awareness to cats looking for homes. So head to the website if you want to see your little monster conquering buildings. Meanwhile, the team is hoping to grow their page even more and bring attention to the style of brutalism in different forms.

#14

Montreal Olympic Stadium; Roger Taillibert, 1976, Montreal, Canada

Montreal Olympic Stadium; Roger Taillibert, 1976, Montreal, Canada

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

“WHEEEEE”

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#15

Sesc Pompéia; Lina Bo Bardi, 1982, São Paulo, Brazil

Sesc Pompéia; Lina Bo Bardi, 1982, São Paulo, Brazil

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

Returning From Tango Lessons

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#16

"Bublik" Apartment Complex; Eugene Stamo, 1972, Moscow, Russia

"Bublik" Apartment Complex; Eugene Stamo, 1972, Moscow, Russia

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Philly Bob Squires
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4 months ago

If it fitz, we sitz...

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#17

Cirqua Apartments; BKK Architects, 2017, Melbourne, Australia

Cirqua Apartments; BKK Architects, 2017, Melbourne, Australia

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

G’Day Mate

#18

Rozenburg Wind Wall; Maarten Struijs, 1985, Rozenburg, Netherlands

Rozenburg Wind Wall; Maarten Struijs, 1985, Rozenburg, Netherlands

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Mary Rose Kent
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4 months ago

All of the unsuspecting cars this baby’s going to snag...

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#19

Shri Ram Center For Art And Culture; Shiv Nath Prasad & Mahendra Raj, 1969, New Delhi, India

Shri Ram Center For Art And Culture; Shiv Nath Prasad & Mahendra Raj, 1969, New Delhi, India

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Vicky Z
Community Member
4 months ago

You are bored too hah?

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#20

Orange County Government Center; Paul Rudolph, 1963, Goshen, New York

Orange County Government Center; Paul Rudolph, 1963, Goshen, New York

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

Gorgeous building!

#21

Marina City; Bertrand Goldberg, 1964-68, Chicago, Illinois

Marina City; Bertrand Goldberg, 1964-68, Chicago, Illinois

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Philly Bob Squires
Community Member
4 months ago

Two really nice scratching posts!

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#22

Milwaukee County War Memorial Center; Eero Saarinen, 1957, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Milwaukee County War Memorial Center; Eero Saarinen, 1957, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Char Char
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4 months ago

'If it fits...'

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#23

Kojomkul Sports Palace; V. Kostin And V. Marukov, 1974, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

Kojomkul Sports Palace; V. Kostin And V. Marukov, 1974, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

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Vicky Z
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4 months ago

That's a huge paw

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#24

Salute Hotel; Avraam Miletsky, N. Slogotskaya, Vladimir Shevchenko, 1984, Kyiv, Ukraine

Salute Hotel; Avraam Miletsky, N. Slogotskaya, Vladimir Shevchenko, 1984, Kyiv, Ukraine

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

It looks like a cruise ship parked itself downtown

#25

Torre Dorrego; Luis T. Caffarini, Alfredo Joselevich, & Alberto Ricur, 1968 - 1970, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Torre Dorrego; Luis T. Caffarini, Alfredo Joselevich, & Alberto Ricur, 1968 - 1970, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

Aaaah, the sun!

#26

Bruder-Klaus Field Chapel; Peter Zumthor, 2007, Mechernich, Germany

Bruder-Klaus Field Chapel; Peter Zumthor, 2007, Mechernich, Germany

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

COOL!

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#27

Ponte City Apartments; Manfred Hermer, 1975, Johannesburg, South Africa

Ponte City Apartments; Manfred Hermer, 1975, Johannesburg, South Africa

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Philly Bob Squires
Community Member
4 months ago

Kitty Kollider...

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#28

Hotel Panorama Resort; Zdeněk Řihák, 1969, Štrbské Pleso, Slovakia

Hotel Panorama Resort; Zdeněk Řihák, 1969, Štrbské Pleso, Slovakia

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

That woman has no idea that this is about to be the worst day of her life!

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#29

Crosley Tower, University At Cincinnati; A.M. Kinney Associates, 1969, Cincinnati, Ohio

Crosley Tower, University At Cincinnati; A.M. Kinney Associates, 1969, Cincinnati, Ohio

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Outlawzen
Community Member
4 months ago

Henlo ther, kittem.

#30

Endo Pharmaceuticals Building; Paul Rudolph, 1962 - 1964, Garden City, Long Island, United States

Endo Pharmaceuticals Building; Paul Rudolph, 1962 - 1964, Garden City, Long Island, United States

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

Tiny Tim voice 🎶Tiptoe through tulips in the garden with me, oh tiptoe through the garden with me🎶

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#31

Deaton Sculptured House; Charles Deaton, 1963, Genesee, Colorado

Deaton Sculptured House; Charles Deaton, 1963, Genesee, Colorado

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

“Rub my belly”

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#32

Australian High Commission; Leong Thian And Rakan Rakan, 1978, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Australian High Commission; Leong Thian And Rakan Rakan, 1978, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

Long over-shadowed by the Petronas Towers

#33

Habitat 67; Moshe Safdie, 1967, Montreal, Quebec

Habitat 67; Moshe Safdie, 1967, Montreal, Quebec

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Suzy the observer
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4 months ago

I KNEW it would be there!

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#34

Hôtel Du Lac; Raffaele Contigiani, 1973,tunis, Tunisia

Hôtel Du Lac; Raffaele Contigiani, 1973,tunis, Tunisia

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Houssem Hammami
Community Member
4 months ago

Nice, first time I see my country in boredpandaand it was in a cat post :D

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#35

Monument Ilinden; Jordan And Iskra Grabuloski, 1974, Krushevo, Macedonia

Monument Ilinden; Jordan And Iskra Grabuloski, 1974, Krushevo, Macedonia

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Hannah Edwards
Community Member
4 months ago

Hairdryers???

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#36

Templo De La Dolorosa; Milton Barragán Dumet, 1978, Quito, Ecuador

Templo De La Dolorosa; Milton Barragán Dumet, 1978, Quito, Ecuador

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Ms.M.
Community Member
4 months ago

Attack of the danger mittens

#37

Former Sears Office Building; Maxwell Miller, 1971, Toronto, Canada

Former Sears Office Building; Maxwell Miller, 1971, Toronto, Canada

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#38

Mube (Museu Brasileiro Da Escultura E Ecologia); Paulo Mendes Da Rocha, 1995, São Paulo, Brazil

Mube (Museu Brasileiro Da Escultura E Ecologia); Paulo Mendes Da Rocha, 1995, São Paulo, Brazil

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

[Butt Wiggles] 💭Throw the catnip mouse already💭

#39

The Alley Theatre; Ulrich Franzen, 1968, Houston, Texas

The Alley Theatre; Ulrich Franzen, 1968, Houston, Texas

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

Solid Geometry

#40

Cathedral Of Brasilia; Oscar Niemeyer, 1970, Brasilia, Brazil

Cathedral Of Brasilia; Oscar Niemeyer, 1970, Brasilia, Brazil

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

It reminds me of the Circle Star Theater in San Carlos, California

#41

River City; Bertrand Goldberg, 1986, Chicago, Illinois

River City; Bertrand Goldberg, 1986, Chicago, Illinois

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Glynna Bowood
Community Member
4 months ago

Where did you hide my treats?

#42

Preston Bus Station; Keith Ingham, Charles Wilson & E.H. Stazicker, 1969, Lancashire, England

Preston Bus Station; Keith Ingham, Charles Wilson & E.H. Stazicker, 1969, Lancashire, England

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

Scottish Fold waiting for the bus back to Edinburgh

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#43

Tower Of Shadows; Le Corbusier, 1952, Chandigarh, India

Tower Of Shadows; Le Corbusier, 1952, Chandigarh, India

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

The judges uniformly score this 8.7, losing a perfect 10 because of the right paw touching the stair

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#44

Rainier Tower; Minoru Yamasaki, 1977, Seattle, Washington

Rainier Tower; Minoru Yamasaki, 1977, Seattle, Washington

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Aeon Flux
Community Member
4 months ago

Aw, fat little guy.

#45

Cathédrale Saint-Paul D'Abidjan; Aldo Spirito, 1985, Abidjan, Côte D'ivoire

Cathédrale Saint-Paul D'Abidjan; Aldo Spirito, 1985, Abidjan, Côte D'ivoire

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Vicky Z
Community Member
4 months ago

Probably she saw a fly

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#46

Torres Blancas; Francisco Javier Saenz De Oiza, 1969, Madrid, Spain

Torres Blancas; Francisco Javier Saenz De Oiza, 1969, Madrid, Spain

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

Mushroom Plaza

#47

Philips Pavilion; Iannis Xenakis/ Le Corbusier Firm, B.1958 D.1959, Brussels, Belgium

Philips Pavilion; Iannis Xenakis/ Le Corbusier Firm, B.1958 D.1959, Brussels, Belgium

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago (edited)

POUNCE

#48

Il Quadrilatero (Ater), Rozzol Melara Complex; Carlo Celli & Luciano Celli, 1969 - 1983, Trieste, Italy

Il Quadrilatero (Ater), Rozzol Melara Complex; Carlo Celli & Luciano Celli, 1969 - 1983, Trieste, Italy

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

The cats on the left are telepathically dissing the kitten down below

#49

Johannes XXIII Church; Heinz Buchmann, 1968, Cologne, Germany

Johannes XXIII Church; Heinz Buchmann, 1968, Cologne, Germany

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Red Ruffensor
Community Member
4 months ago

That's a church?

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#50

Romanita Collective Housing Tower; O. Vronsky, 1986, Chișinău, Moldova

Romanita Collective Housing Tower; O. Vronsky, 1986, Chișinău, Moldova

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Vicky Z
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4 months ago

That's good for a scratching tower

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#51

Mill Owners' Association Building; Le Corbusier, 1954, Ahmedabad, India

Mill Owners' Association Building; Le Corbusier, 1954, Ahmedabad, India

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
3 months ago

Dude got around...

#52

Robert C. Weaver Federal Building; Marcel Breuer, 1965, Washington, D.C.

Robert C. Weaver Federal Building; Marcel Breuer, 1965, Washington, D.C.

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Ms.M.
Community Member
4 months ago

peek

#53

Juilliard School, Alice Tully Hall; Pietro Belluschi And Associates, 1969, New York, New York

Juilliard School, Alice Tully Hall; Pietro Belluschi And Associates, 1969, New York, New York

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#54

Barbican Centre; Peter Chamberlin, Geoffry Powell, And Christoph Bon, 1976, London, United Kingdom

Barbican Centre; Peter Chamberlin, Geoffry Powell, And Christoph Bon, 1976, London, United Kingdom

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
3 months ago

Those kids have no idea what is about to befall them...

#55

Dallas City Hall; I.M Pei & Theodore Musho, 1978, Dallas, Texas

Dallas City Hall; I.M Pei & Theodore Musho, 1978, Dallas, Texas

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Ms.M.
Community Member
4 months ago

Gives new meaning to the term "house panther".

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#56

Museum Of Modern Art In Rio De Janeiro; Affonso Eduardo Reidy, 1948, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

Museum Of Modern Art In Rio De Janeiro; Affonso Eduardo Reidy, 1948, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

“Your tour guide will be down once her nap is over.”

#57

National Congress Of Brasilia; Oscar Niemeyer, 1960, Brasilia, Brazil

National Congress Of Brasilia; Oscar Niemeyer, 1960, Brasilia, Brazil

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
3 months ago

Kitty on the half-shell

#58

Samuel L. Paley Library, Temple University; Nolen & Swinburne, 1965, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Samuel L. Paley Library, Temple University; Nolen & Swinburne, 1965, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Ms.M.
Community Member
4 months ago

Temple alum here! And I love house panthers! 👍👍

#59

São Paulo Museum Of Art; Lina Bo Bardi, 1968, São Paulo

São Paulo Museum Of Art; Lina Bo Bardi, 1968, São Paulo

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

[Insert purring sound here]

#60

Unikato; Kwk Promes, 2018, Katowice, Poland

Unikato; Kwk Promes, 2018, Katowice, Poland

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Mary Rose Kent
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4 months ago

The cat version of comfy

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#61

Morisset Library, University Of Ottawa; Cliff Chin, 1972, Ottawa, Canada

Morisset Library, University Of Ottawa; Cliff Chin, 1972, Ottawa, Canada

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Mary Rose Kent
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4 months ago

Those are the smallest ears I’ve ever seen on a cat!

#62

Kagawa Prefectural Gymnasium; Kenzo Tange, 1962 - 1964, Takamatsu, Japan

Kagawa Prefectural Gymnasium; Kenzo Tange, 1962 - 1964, Takamatsu, Japan

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

Looks like a perfect building for somewhere in Arizona as well

#63

Libre - Sect. Bnp Paribas Fortis; Marcel Lambrich, C. Grochowski & D. De Laveleye, 1969-73, Brussels, Belgium

Libre - Sect. Bnp Paribas Fortis; Marcel Lambrich, C. Grochowski & D. De Laveleye, 1969-73, Brussels, Belgium

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Vicky Z
Community Member
4 months ago

A typical cat that got stuck in your blinds....

#64

Macy's Queens Plaza; Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill, 1965, Queens, New York

Macy's Queens Plaza; Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill, 1965, Queens, New York

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Mary Rose Kent
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4 months ago

“Help, we’re stuck in Queens!”

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Jerome L. Greene Hall, Columbia University; Harrison & Abramovitz, 1961, New York, New York

Jerome L. Greene Hall, Columbia University; Harrison & Abramovitz, 1961, New York, New York

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Mary Rose Kent
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4 months ago

“Are you done with that tuna fish sandwich?”

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#66

Dunelm House; Architects’ Co-Partnership, 1965, Durham, United Kingdom

Dunelm House; Architects’ Co-Partnership, 1965, Durham, United Kingdom

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Ms.M.
Community Member
4 months ago

Whatcha doin? - Just hangin around.

#67

Biblioteca Nacional Mariano Moreno; Clorindo Testa, Francisco Bullrich & Alicia Cazzaniga, 1972 - 1992, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Biblioteca Nacional Mariano Moreno; Clorindo Testa, Francisco Bullrich & Alicia Cazzaniga, 1972 - 1992, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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#68

Unite D'Habitation; Le Corbusier, 1952, Marseille, France

Unite D'Habitation; Le Corbusier, 1952, Marseille, France

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

“I’ll Le Courbousier you!”

#69

Lecture Centre Brunel University; John Heywood, 1965 - 1966, Uxbridge, London

Lecture Centre Brunel University; John Heywood, 1965 - 1966, Uxbridge, London

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Andy Harding
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4 months ago

as featured in "A Clockwork Orange"

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Toronto City Hall; Viljo Revell, Bruce Kuwabara, 1965, Toronto, Canada

Toronto City Hall; Viljo Revell, Bruce Kuwabara, 1965, Toronto, Canada

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
4 months ago

So louche

#71

Buffalo City Court; Pfohl, Roberts And Biggie, 1974, Buffalo, New York

Buffalo City Court; Pfohl, Roberts And Biggie, 1974, Buffalo, New York