London–based Blue Crow Media has released the Brutalist Paris Map, a two-sided guide highlighting over 40 examples of Brutalist architecture throughout the capital city. The brutalist map includes an introduction by Robin Wilson, architecture critic, and photography by Nigel Green of Photolanguage—a collaborative art practice established in 1988.
The map features the iconic Les Choux de Créteil, a futuristic housing development comprised of 10 separate buildings in the suburb of Créteil designed by architect Gérard Grandval in 1974. The publishing company previously published Brutalist London, Art Deco London, Constructivist Moscow Map, and Brutalist Washington D.C., a collaborative project with Deane Madsen, contributing editor. The bilingual guide is $10 and can be purchased online at Blue Crow.