There’s something alluring about the coldness of Brutalism. Though it experienced a heyday in the ’50s and ’60s, the architectural style is currently experiencing a bit of renaissance. If you’re down with concrete, check out Phaidon’s latest book, Atlas of Brutalist Architecture. The stunning, 560-page coffee table tome shares more than 850 buildings, some which still exist and others that have been destroyed, that put the style on full display the world over. Included are iconic structures from iconic architects like Frank Lloyd Wright, but also lesser-known buildings as well that will be new to even the most die-hard fan. The book hits stored on October 1, and it clocks in at a cool $150.