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    water tower, backnang, germany // helmut erdle (1961)

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    • J Thaylor

      As water shortages and water security start to mean more and more in this new world weather reality we're living through... You've got to imagine water towers are going to mean more and more. Helmut Erdle, Water tower, Backnang, Germany, 1961

    • renee mattis-raveneau

      This is picture id of a brutalist architecture building of a Water tower in Backnang which is located in Germany during 1961. Water shortage and water security mean's a lot in the world weather. I like this picture because I like the different shapes used to create this building.

    • Sam Freek

      water tower, Backnang, Germany by Helmut Erdle (1961) #Brutalist #architecture

    • Claude VEYRET


    • unrealviz

      #water tower, Backnang, #Germany by Helmut #Erdle (1961)

    • mattia darò

      Water Tower (1959-61) | Backnang, Germany | Helmut Erdle

    • Framons .

      Helmut Erdle | Water Tower | Backnang, Germany (1961)

    • RMS Inc

      Brutalist Tower.

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