Eugene Sternberg (1915 - 2005) was an architect who was born in Czechoslovakia, earned an architectural engineering degree in Prague, went on to do graduate work at Cambridge in London, and made his career in Colorado and other western states after the second World War.
During the early seventies, Sternberg was in his brutalist period of architecture. Three buildings in Littleton, Colorado encapsulate this time of his work: Arapahoe Community College, Heritage High School, and The Littleton Law Center.
This new Federal Courthouse is definitely a hybrid of various styles, but I believe it has some very strong brutalist qualities to it.
Las Cruces, New Mexico
© Ryan M. Conway
This is the John B. Robert Dam in Albuquerque, New Mexico, which was a location in the Breaking Bad series. There's a couple of shots from the top of the dam so you can see what's behind it. I started to experience a mild case of vertigo when I was on this structure, so I scrambled back down.
The Humanities building
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
1974 / W.C. Kruger and Associates
photo credit: © Ryan M. Conway
They Key Savings & Loan bank building in Englewood, Colorado was built in 1965. It was designed by Charles Deaton, the same architect that designed the "Sculptured House" along I-70 which is featured in Woody Allen's Sleepers movie. He is also known for designing the futuristic Wyoming National Bank building up in Casper, Wyoming.
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