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Flag of Franco-Terreneuviens.svg|Bandera dels francòfons de Terranova i Labrador
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==Descripció==
El decret estableix que la bandera té una forma rectangular i està feta a partir dels colors blau, verd, groc i blanc, continguts a la [[Bandera del Brasil|bandera Nacional]], i negre disposats en tres franges horitzontals. A més busca identificar de manera figurativa el passat del poble Amapá, representat per la figura geomètrica de la fortalesa de São José, que va ser la raó i l’origen de l’evolució de la capital de l’estat, [[Macapá]]. La proporció és 7:10.
 
==Simbolisme==
*El camp blau simbolitza la justícia i el cel d'Ampá.
*El verd representa el 90% de la superfície de l’Estat, de bosc autòcton, encara conservat. Així com també l’esperança, el futur, l’amor, la llibertat i l’abundància;
*El groc simbolitza la unió i la riquesa del subsòl;
*El blanc, la puresa i la pau, la voluntat de l’Estat d’Ampá de viure de forma segura i en comunió amb tots aquells que hi viuen, cosa que significa que no es pot garantir la discordança entre el Poder Públic i la població;
*El negre simbolitza el respecte permanent per als que van caure en el passat, en lluites o no, i que a la vida van fer alguna cosa bona pel creixement d’aquesta regió.
 
 
 
 
==Llista d'estructures==
''La llista està ordenada cronològicament'' The list is organised in chronological order with name of structure, location, architect(s), and year(s) constructed.''
 
===Dècada de 1930===
{| class="wikitable"
!Nom estructura
!Localització
!Arquitecte
!Any de construcció
|-
|[[Raadhuis Hilversum]]
|[[Hilversum]], Països Baixos
|Willem Marinus Dudok
|1931
|}
 
<gallery>
Fitxer:HilversumTownHall2014.jpg|Ajuntament de Hilversum.
</gallery>
 
===Dècada de 1950===
{| class="wikitable"
!Nom estructura
!Localització
!Arquitecte
!Any de construcció
|-
|[[Unité d'Habitation]]
|[[Marsella]], França
|[[Le Corbusier]]
|1952
|-
|Embaixada dels EUA
|[[Havana]], Cuba
|[[Harrison & Abramovitz]]
|1953
|-
|Secretariat Building (Chandigarh Capitol Complex)
|[[Chandigarh]], Índia
|[[Le Corbusier]]
|1953
|-
|[[Smithdon High School]]
|Norfolk, Regne Unit
|Alison and Peter Smithson
|1954
|-
|Ajuntament de Tel Aviv
|[[Tel Aviv|Tel Aviv-Jaffa]], Israel
|Menachem Cohen
|1956-1964
|-
|Seu del [[Banco de Londres y América del Sur]]
|[[Buenos Aires]], Argentina
|[[Clorindo Testa]]
|1959
|-
|[[Torre Velasca]]
|[[Milà]], Itàlia
|[[BBPR]]
|1954
|-
|[[Maisons Jaoul]]
|[[Neuilly-sur-Seine]], França
|[[Le Corbusier]]
|1954-1956
|-
|[[Churchill College]]
|[[Cambridge]], Regne Unit
|Richard Sheppard
|1958-1968
|-
|Crescent House del [[Golden Lane Estate]] (fase final)
|Londres, Regne Unit
|Chamberlin, Powell and Bon
|1959
|-
|[[Piccadilly Plaza]]
|Manchester, Regne Unit
|Covell Matthews and Partners
|1959-1965
|-
|[[Saint John's Abbey]]
|Collegeville Township, Minnesota, EUA
|Marcel Breuer
|1958-1961
|}
<gallery>
Fitxer:Unité d'habitation Marseille, France.jpg|Unité d'Habitation.
Fitxer:Secretariat Chandigarh.jpg|Secretariat Building.
Fitxer:Banco hipotecario.jpg|Seu del Banco de Londres y América del Sur.
Fitxer:Maisons Jaoul détail.jpg|Maisons Jaoul.
Fitxer:Gold Block - geograph.org.uk - 681894.jpg|Golden Lane State.
Fitxer:Mercure Hotel, Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester.jpg|Edifici a Picadilly Plaza.
Fitxer:2009-0522-MN-SJU-abbeychurch.jpg|Saint John's Abbey.
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===1960–1964===
[[File:Litchfield Towers, University of Pittsburgh.jpg|thumb|upright|[[Litchfield Towers]], United States]]
[[File:Tricorn17.jpg|thumb|upright|[[Tricorn Centre]], United Kingdom]]
* [[Sainte Marie de La Tourette]], [[Lyon]], France ([[Le Corbusier]] and [[Iannis Xenakis]], 1960)
* Milam House, [[Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida|Ponte Vedra Beach]], [[Florida]] ([[Paul Rudolph (architect)|Paul Rudolph]], 1961)
* [[Park Hill, Sheffield]], England ([[Ivor Smith, architect|Ivor Smith]]/[[Jack Lynn]], 1961)
* [[More Hall Annex|Nuclear Reactor Building]], [[University of Washington]] (The Architect Artist Group/TAAG, 1961)
* [[Cables Wynd House]], Leith, UK (1962)
* [[Supersam Warsaw]], Poland (1962)
* [[The University of East Anglia]], Norwich, England ([[Sir Denys Lasdun]], 1962)
* [[Council House, Perth|Council House]], [[Perth, Western Australia]] ([[Howlett and Bailey Architects]], 1962)
* [[Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts]], [[Harvard University]], [[Cambridge, Massachusetts]] ([[Le Corbusier]], 1962)
* [[Hans Christian Ørsted Institute]], [[Copenhagen]], [[Denmark]], ([[Eva Koppel]], 1955–1962)
* [[Thomas Rees Memorial Carillon]], [[Washington Park (Springfield, Illinois)|Washington Park]], [[Springfield, Illinois]] (Bill Turley, 1962)
* [[John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library]], [[Providence, Rhode Island]] (Warner, Burns, Toan & Lunde, 1962–1964)
* [[Yale Art and Architecture Building]], [[New Haven, Connecticut]] ([[Paul Rudolph (architect)|Paul Rudolph]], 1963)
* [[Litchfield Towers]], [[University of Pittsburgh]], [[Pittsburgh]], [[Pennsylvania]] (Deeter & Ritchey, 1963)
* [[Clowes Memorial Hall]], [[Butler University]], [[Indianapolis]], [[Indiana]] ([[Evans Woollen III]] and [[John M. Johansen]], 1963)
* [[Netherdale]] football stadium, [[Galashiels]], [[Scottish Borders]], [[Scotland]], ([[Peter Womersley]], 1963)
* [[Cumbernauld Town Centre]], [[Cumbernauld]], [[Scotland]] (1963–1967) (partially demolished 2001)
* [[Birmingham New Street Signal Box]], [[Birmingham]], [[England]] (Bicknell & Hamilton, 1964)
* [[UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design]], Wurster Hall [[Berkeley, CA]], [[United States]] ([[Vernon DeMars]], 1964)
* [[Ruhr University Bochum]], Germany (Hentrich, Petschnigg & Partner, 1964)
* [[University of Toronto Scarborough]], Humanities Wing, [[Toronto]], Ontario, Canada ([[John Andrews (architect)|John Andrews]], 1964)
* [[University of Toronto Scarborough]], Science Wing, [[Toronto]], Ontario, Canada ([[John Andrews (architect)|John Andrews]], 1964)
* [[Tricorn Centre]], [[Portsmouth]], England ([[Owen Luder]], 1964; demolished 2004)
* [[Ulster Museum]], Botanic Gardens, [[Belfast]] (1964)
* [[Macquarie University]], [[Sydney]], [[Australia]] (1964)
* [[Moana Pool]], [[Dunedin]], [[New Zealand]] (1964)
* [[Basilica of the Annunciation]], [[Nazareth]], [[Israel]] ([[Giovanni Muzio]], built 1960–1969)
* Młotek, 8 Smolna Street in [[Warsaw]], Poland (1964, by Jan Bogusławski, Bohdan Gniewiewski)
 
===1965–1969===
[[File:Montreal - QC - Habitat67.jpg|thumb|upright|[[Habitat 67]], Montreal, Canada]]
[[File:Preston bus station 232-26.jpg|thumb|upright|[[Preston Bus Station]], United Kingdom]]
[[File:Churchill College - geograph.org.uk - 38551.jpg|thumb|upright|[[Churchill College, Cambridge]], United Kingdom]]
[[File:Hillman Library, exterior.jpg|thumb|upright|[[Hillman Library]], Pittsburgh, United States]]
[[File:Boston city hall.jpg|thumb|upright|[[Boston City Hall]], United States]]
[[File:CCP Main Theaterx.jpg|thumb|upright|[[Tanghalang Pambansa]], Manila, Philippines]]
[[File:Obóz na Majdanku 06 kjk.jpg|thumb|upright|[[Majdanek concentration camp#Commemoration|Majdanek concentration camp]], Poland]]
[[File:IKEA-Pirelli-Building-New-Haven-Connecticut-04-2014.jpg|thumb|upright|[[Pirelli Tire Building]], [[New Haven, Connecticut|New Haven]], [[Connecticut]], United States]]
* Bunkier Sztuki, [[Kraków]], Poland (Krystyna Tołłoczko-Różyska, Antoni Hajdecki, 1965)
* [[Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh]] – [[Knoxville Branch]], [[Pittsburgh]], [[Pennsylvania]] ([[Paul Schweikher]], 1965)
* [[Arapahoe Community College]], [[Littleton, Colorado]] (1965)
* Dunelm House, home of the [[Durham Students' Union]] ([[Ove Arup]], 1965)
* [[University of Guelph]] – [[South Residence]], [[Guelph]], [[Ontario]] ([[John Andrews (architect)|John Andrews]], 1965)
* [[University of Essex]], Main campus complex, 1964-8, Architects' Co-Partnership
* [[Simon Fraser University]] – [[Burnaby Campus]], [[Burnaby]], [[British Columbia]] ([[Arthur Erickson]], 1965)
* [[University of Pittsburgh School of Information Sciences#Building|School of Information Sciences Building]] – [[University of Pittsburgh]], [[Pittsburgh]], [[Pennsylvania]] ([[Tasso Katselas]], 1965)
* [[Public Safety Building (Winnipeg)|Public Safety Building]], [[Winnipeg]], [[Manitoba]] (Libling Michener & Associates, 1965)
* [[University of Massachusetts Dartmouth]], [[Dartmouth, Massachusetts]] ([[Paul Rudolph (architect)|Paul Rudolph]])
* Buckinghamshire County Hall, [[Aylesbury]], [[Buckinghamshire]], England (Frederick B. Pooley, 1966)
* [[St. Peter's Seminary (Cardross)|St. Peter's Seminary]], [[Cardross, Argyll and Bute|Cardross]], [[Scotland]] ([[Gillespie, Kidd & Coia]] 1966)
* [[Marcus Center]] for the Performing Arts, [[Milwaukee]], [[Wisconsin]] ([[Harry Weese]], 1966–69)
* Herman B. Wells Library, [[Indiana University]], [[Bloomington, Indiana|Bloomington]], [[Indiana]] ([[Eggers & Higgins]], 1966–69)
* [[Ohio Historical Society#Ohio Historical Center|The Ohio Historical Center]], [[Columbus, Ohio]], (W.Byron Ireland & Associates, 1966)
* [[Glasgow International Airport|Glasgow-Abbotsinch Airport]], [[Paisley, Renfrewshire|Paisley]], [[Scotland]] ([[Basil Spence]], 1966)
* [[Whitney Museum of American Art]], [[New York City]], ([[Marcel Breuer]], 1966)
* [[Northwestern University Library]], [[Evanston, Illinois]], ([[Walter Netsch]], 1966–70)
*[[Killam Library|Killam Memorial Library]], [[Dalhousie University]], [[Halifax, Nova Scotia]], [[Canada]] ([[Leslie R. Fairn]], 1966-71)
* [[Mivtachim Sanitarium]], [[Zikhron Ya'akov]], Israel, ([[Yaakov Rechter]], 1966)
* Craigdarroch Residences, [[University of Victoria]], [[Victoria, British Columbia]], [[Canada]] (1964–67)<ref>[http://www.maltwood.uvic.ca/Architecture/ma/uvic_campus/buildings/u64cr.html Craigdarroch Residences (1964–67)]</ref>
* Many buildings at the [[Fermilab#Architecture|Fermilab]] facility are of brutalist construction. [[Fermilab#History|Robert Rathbun Wilson Hall]] being the most prominent example. (1967)
* [[Habitat 67]], [[Expo 67|1967 World's Fair]], [[Montreal]], [[Quebec]] ([[Moshe Safdie]], 1967)
* [[Place Bonaventure]], [[Montreal]], [[Quebec]] ([[Ray Affleck]], 1967)
* Former [[Centennial Planetarium]], [[Calgary]], [[Alberta]], [[Canada]] (McMillan Long and Associates, 1967)
* [[Morris A. Mechanic Theatre]], [[Baltimore]], [[Maryland]], ([[John M. Johansen]], 1967) (demolished 2014)
* [[Orange County Government Center]], [[Goshen (village), New York|Goshen, New York]] ([[Paul Rudolph (architect)|Paul Rudolph]], 1967, in process of being demolished 2015)
* [[Denys Wilkinson Building]], [[Oxford]], [[England]] ([[Philip Dowson]] 1967)
* [[Preston Bus Station]], [[Preston, Lancashire|Preston]], [[England]] (Keith Ingham/Charles Wilson/1968-69)
* [[Queen Elizabeth Hall]] and [[Purcell Room]], [[London]], England (Hubert Bennett/Jack Whittle 1967)
* [[Tower House (Tokyo)|Tower House]], [[Tokyo]], [[Japan]], (Takamitsu Azuma, 1967)
* The [[Trinity Centre Multi-Storey Car Park]], aka ''The [[Get Carter]] Carpark'', [[Gateshead]], England ([[Owen Luder]], 1964–69) (demolished 2010)
* The [[The Evergreen State College|Evergreen State College]], [[Olympia, Washington]] (1967)
* [[SDCCU Stadium]], [[San Diego]], [[California]], ([[Frank L. Hope & Associates]], 1967)<ref>[http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/business/growth-development/sdut-stadium-architect-renovation-qualcomm-chargers-2015nov06-htmlstory.html Showley, Roger. "The 'Q' is OK, its architect says," ''The San Diego Union-Tribune'', Friday, November 6, 2015.]</ref>
* The Humanities Building in [[Ben-Gurion University of the Negev]] (Raffi Ripper, Amnon Niv, Natan Magen, 1968)
* [[Rochdale College]], [[Toronto]], [[Ontario]], ([[Elmar Tampõld]] and [[John Wells (architect)|John Wells]], 1968)
* [[Mathematics Tower, Manchester|Mathematics Tower]], [[Manchester]], England, (Scherrer and Hicks, 1968)
* [[Hayward Gallery]], London, England (Hubert Bennett/Jack Whittle, 1968)
* [[Andrew Melville Hall]], [[St Andrews]], [[Scotland]] ([[James Stirling (architect)|James Stirling]], 1968)
* [[Centennial Concert Hall]], [[Winnipeg]], [[Manitoba]] (1968)
* [[Finsbury Estate]], London (1968)
* [[Alley Theatre]], [[Houston, Texas]] (1968)
* *Garden building, [[St Hilda's College, Oxford]] ([[Alison and Peter Smithson]], 1968)
*[[Torres Blancas]], [[Madrid]], [[Spain]] (1968)
* [[Lovett College]], [[Rice University]], [[Houston, Texas]] (1968)
* Mathematics and Computer Building, [[University of Waterloo]], [[Waterloo, Ontario]] (1968)
* [[David Lawrence Hall]], [[University of Pittsburgh]], [[Pittsburgh]], [[Pennsylvania]] (1968)
* [[Hillman Library]], [[University of Pittsburgh]], [[Pittsburgh]], [[Pennsylvania]] (1968)
* [[British Embassy]], [[Rome]], [[Italy]], (Basil Spence,1968)
* Arthur J. Schmitt Academic Center, [[DePaul University]]. [[Chicago]], [[Illinois]] (C.F. Murphy and Associates, 1968)<ref>[https://www.depaul.edu/campus-maps/buildings/Pages/sac.aspx Schmitt Academic Center (SAC) &ndash; DePaul University.]</ref><ref>[http://chicagobrutalism.com/works/schmitt-academic-center/ Schmitt Academic Center &ndash; Chicago Brutalism.]</ref>
* [[Flaine]], [[France]]. (Designed by [[Marcel Breuer]], the entire assembly of hotels, shops, apartment blocks and administrative buildings of Flaine-Forum comprise a themed but varied entity), completed 1969
* The [[Barbican Estate]], London, England [[Chamberlin, Powell and Bon]] (1968–79)
* [[Macquarie University Library]], Sydney, Australia (1967–1978)
* [[Boston City Hall]], [[Boston]], [[Massachusetts]] ([[Kallmann McKinnell & Knowles]]/[[Campbell, Aldrich & Nulty]], 1969)
* [[National Arts Centre]], [[Ottawa]], [[Ontario]], [[Canada]] (1969)
* Robert Hutchings Goddard Library, [[Clark University]], [[Worcester, Massachusetts|Worcester]], [[Massachusetts]] ([[John M. Johansen]], 1969)
* Landsdown Residences, [[University of Victoria]], Victoria, British Columbia, Canada (1969)<ref>[http://uvac.uvic.ca/Architecture_Exhibits/UVic_campus/buildings/Lansdowne_residences/ Landsdown Residences]</ref>
* [[Middleton Grange Shopping Centre]], Hartlepool (1969)
* [[Geisel Library]], [[University of California, San Diego]], [[San Diego]], [[California]] ([[William Pereira]], late 1960s)
* [[University of Wisconsin–Madison#George L. Mosse Humanities Building|George L. Mosse Humanities Building]] and Vilas Hall, [[University of Wisconsin–Madison]] (late 1960s)
* [[Tanghalang Pambansa]] (National Theater), [[Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex]], [[Pasay]], [[Philippines]] ([[Leandro V. Locsin]], 1969)
* [[College House (University of Canterbury)|Christchurch College]], [[Christchurch]], [[New Zealand]] ([[Sir Miles Warren]], 1964)
* [[Tyne Bridge Tower]], [[Gateshead]], England (1960s) (demolished 2011)
* [[University of Colorado at Boulder#Engineering Center|Engineering Center]], [[University of Colorado at Boulder]], [[Boulder, CO]] (1965)
* [[Stoke Newington School]], [[London Borough of Hackney|Hackney]], [[England]] ([[Stillman & Eastwick-Field Partnership]], 1967)
* [[Rochester Institute of Technology]], [[Rochester, New York|Rochester]] (suburb of Henrietta), New York ([[Kevin Roche]], 1968)
* [[The Egg, Beirut|The Egg]], also known as "The Dome" and "the Soap," [[Beirut, Lebanon]], ([[Joseph Philippe Karam]], 1968)
* [https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Facultad_de_Ciencias_Geol%C3%B3gicas_(Universidad_Complutense_de_Madrid) Facultades de Ciencias Biológicas y Geológicas (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)], [[Madrid]] (Francisco Fernández Longoria, 1965-1968)
* [[Oakland Museum of California]], Oakland, California ([[Kevin Roche]], 1969)
* Yosemite Hall, [[California Polytechnic State University|Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo]], [[San Luis Obispo, California]] (Falk & Booth, 1969)<ref>http://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/fpcp_mp/61/</ref>
* [[Harold Holt Memorial Swimming Centre]], [[Melbourne]], [[Victoria (Australia)|Victoria]], Australia ([[Kevin Borland]] and [[Daryl Jackson]], 1969)
*[[Pirelli Tire Building]], [[Long Wharf (New Haven)|Long Wharf]], [[New Haven, Connecticut]], United States ([[Marcel Breuer]] & [[Robert F. Gatje]], 1969)
* Will County Courthouse, [[Joliet, Illinois|Joliet]], [[Illinois]] (1969)<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20171210190716/http://www.theherald-news.com/2014/04/08/downtown-joliet-has-style-many-of-them/ad86xdh/ Downtown Joliet has style – many of them]</ref>
* [[Broadcasting House (Athens)|Broadcasting House]] (the headquarters of the [[Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation]]), [[Athens]], [[Greece]] (1969)
* Mausoleum of the [[Majdanek concentration camp#Commemoration|Majdanek concentration camp]], Poland ([[Wiktor Tołkin]], Janusz Dembek, 1969)
 
===1970–1974===
[[File:ANUSchoolofMusicMainBuilding.jpg|thumb|upright|[[Llewellyn Hall]], Canberra, Australia]]
[[File:Singapore Power Building 4, Aug 07.JPG|thumb|upright|[[Singapore Power Building]], Singapore]]
[[File:UMN-MoosTower.jpg|thumb|upright|[[Malcolm Moos Health Sciences Tower]], Minneapolis, Minnesota]]
[[File:Balfron tower.jpg|thumb|upright|[[Balfron Tower]], London]]
[[File:Foreign Affairs Building of Canada.jpg|thumb|upright|[[Lester B. Pearson Building]], Ottawa]]
[[File:Lawrence Public Library - Lawrence, MA - DSC03595.JPG|thumb|upright|right|[[Lawrence Public Library (Massachusetts)]]]]
[[File:Buffalo City Court Building, 1971-74, Pfohl, Roberts and Biggie (8448022295).jpg|thumb|upright|right| [[Buffalo City Court Building]], Buffalo]]
[[File:BCL 20131106.jpg|thumb|upright|right|[[Birmingham Central Library]]]]
[[File:Estação_Carandiru.JPG|thumb|upright|right|[[Carandiru (São Paulo Metro)]], Brazil]]
[[File:Friedenskirche Baumberg - Winter.jpg|thumb|Friedenskirche Baumberg]]
* [[Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive]] (former campus on Bancroft Way), [[University of California, Berkeley|UC Berkeley]], ([[Mario Ciampi]], 1970)
* [[List of Washington Metro stations|Washington, D.C. Metro stations (WMATA)]], [[Washington, District of Columbia]] (1970–2001)
* [[Gelman Library]], The [[George Washington University]], Washington, D.C.
* [[Malcolm Moos Health Sciences Tower]], [[University of Minnesota]], [[Minneapolis]], Minnesota (c. 1970)
* [[Classical High School]], [[Providence, Rhode Island|Providence]], [[Rhode Island]] (1970)
* Education Building, [[University of Saskatchewan]], [[Saskatoon]] (1970)
* [[Carman Hall]], [[Lehman College]], [[Bronx, New York]] (1970)
* [[Lauinger Library]], [[Georgetown University]], [[Washington, D.C.]] ([[John Carl Warnecke]], 1970)
* [[Leeds International Pool]], [[Leeds, England]] ([[John Poulson]], 1970)
* [[Pimlico School]], London, England ([[John Bancroft (architect)|John Bancroft]], 1967–70) (demolished 2010)
* [[Hyde Park Barracks, London]], England ([[Basil Spence|Sir Basil Spence]], 1970)
* [[Regenstein Library]], [[University of Chicago]], [[Illinois]] (Walter Netsch, 1970)
* [[Llewellyn Hall]], [[Canberra]], Australia (Daryl Jackson and Evan Walker, 1970)
* [[National Carillon]], [[Canberra]], Australia (Cameron, Chisholm & Nicol, 1970)
* [[York University]] Ross Building, [[Toronto]], Ontario (1970)
* Health Sciences Building, [[University of Saskatchewan]], [[Saskatoon]] (1970)
* [[Vaillancourt Fountain]], [[Justin Herman Plaza]], San Francisco, California ([[Armand Vaillancourt]], 1971)
* Environment Canada, MSC Headquarters, [[Toronto]], Ontario (1971)
* Briggs Hall, [[University of California, Davis]], California (unknown, 1971)
* [[Disney's Contemporary Resort]], [[Walt Disney World]], [[Florida]] ([[Welton Becket]], 1971)
* [[Government Service Center (Boston)|Government Service Center]], [[Boston, Massachusetts]] ([[Paul Rudolph (architect)|Paul Rudolph]], 1962–71)
* [[Spodek]], [[Katowice]], Poland (1971)
* [[Blue Cross/Blue Shield Service Center]], [[Detroit]], [[Michigan]] (Ginno Rossetti, 1971)
*[[Fenwick Tower (Halifax)|Fenwick Tower]], [[Halifax, Nova Scotia]], [[Canada]] (Sydney P. Dumaresq, 1971)
* Indiana University Musical Arts Center, [[Indiana University]], [[Bloomington, Indiana|Bloomington]], [[Indiana]] (Woollen, Molzan and Partners, 1972)
* [[Mather House (Harvard University)]], [[Cambridge, Massachusetts]] ([[Shepley Bulfinch|Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson and Abbot]], 1971)
* [[Singapore Power Building]], [[Singapore]] (Group 2 Architects, 1971)
* [[Sciences Library (Brown University)]], [[Providence, Rhode Island]] (<!--architect?-->1971)
* [[Third Church of Christ, Scientist (Washington, D.C.)|Third Church of Christ, Scientist]], [[Washington, D.C.]] ([[Araldo Cossutta]], 1971; demolished 2014)
* [[Wollaston (MBTA station)]], [[Quincy, Massachusetts]] (1971)
* [[Trellick Tower]] and [[Balfron Tower]], London, England ([[Ernő Goldfinger]], 1971–72)
* [[Blackheath Quaker Meeting House]] (1972)
* [[Bobst Library]], [[New York University]], [[New York City|New York]] ([[Philip Johnson]], [[Richard Foster (architect)|Richard Foster]])
* [[FBI Academy]], [[Quantico, Virginia]] (1972)
* Alexandra District Court, [[Alexandra, New Zealand]] (opened 1972)
* [[Katowice railway station]], [[Katowice, Poland]] (Wacław Kłyszewski, Jerzy Mokrzyński and Eugeniusz Wierzbicki a.k.a. "The Tigers", 1972)
* [[Hala Olivia]], Gdańsk, Poland (1972)
* [[AfE-Turm]], [[Frankfurt am Main]], Germany (Staatliches Universitätsbauamt, Staatliche Neubauleitung Frankfurt, 1972) (demolished 2014)
* [[Community College of Rhode Island]], Knight Campus [[Warwick, Rhode Island]] (1972)
* All original [[Bay Area Rapid Transit]] (BART) stations, [[San Francisco Bay Area]], [[California]] (1972/73)
* [[New Haven Coliseum]], [[New Haven, Connecticut]] (Kevin Roche / John Dinkeloo & Associates, 1972) (demolished 2006–2007)
* [[Manitoba Theatre Centre]], [[Winnipeg]], Manitoba (Number Ten Architectural Group, 1972)
* [[Cameron Offices, Belconnen|Cameron Offices]], [[Canberra]], Australia (John Andrews, 1972)
* [[Robin Hood Gardens]], London, England (Peter and Alison Smithson, 1972)
* [[Centre National de la Danse]], Paris (1972)
* [[Édifice Marie-Guyart]], Québec City, Canada (1972)
* [[George Gund (philanthropist)|George Gund Hall]], [[Harvard Graduate School of Design]], [[Cambridge, Massachusetts]] ([[John Andrews (architect)|John Andrews]], 1972)
* [[D. B. Weldon Library]], [[University of Western Ontario]], [[London, Ontario]], [[Canada]] (1972)
* [[Odegaard Undergraduate Library]], [[University of Washington]], [[Seattle]], [[Washington (state)|Washington]] (Kirk, Wallace & McKinley, 1972)
* [[Westgate House, Newcastle upon Tyne]], [[Newcastle Upon Tyne]], [[Tyne & Wear]], [[England]] (1972) (demolished 2006–2007)
* [[1 Police Plaza]], [[New York City]] (Gruzen and Partners, 1973)
* [[Clifton Cathedral]], [[Bristol]], England ([[Percy Thomas Partnership]], 1970–73)
* Office in the Grove, [[Coconut Grove]], [[Miami]], [[Florida]] ([[Kenneth Treister]], 1972)
* [[Porto Carras]] Resort, Chalkidiki, Greece ([[Walter Gropius]], posthum built 1973)
* [[Perth Concert Hall, Western Australia|Perth Concert Hall]], [[Perth, Western Australia]] ([[Howlett and Bailey Architects]], 1973)
* [[School of Oriental and African Studies]] Percy Building, [[University of London]], London, England ([[Sir Denys Lasdun]], 1973)
* Hannah Playhouse, [[Wellington]], [[New Zealand]] ([[James Beard (architect)|James Beard]], 1973)
* [[Robarts Library|John P. Robarts Research Library]], [[Toronto]], Ontario (A.S. Mathers and E.J. Haldenby, 1973)
* [[Riverside Plaza]], [[Minneapolis]], [[Minnesota]] ([[Ralph Rapson]], 1973)
* [[Lester B. Pearson Building]], [[Ottawa]] (1973)
* Biochemistry Building G08, [[University of Sydney]] (1973)
* [[Philippine International Convention Center]], [[Manila]], [[Philippines]] ([[Leandro V. Locsin]], 1973)
* [[Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art]] [[Cornell University]], [[Ithaca, New York]], ([[I.M. Pei]], 1973)
* [[Lawrence Public Library (Massachusetts)]], [[Lawrence, Massachusetts]], (Henneberg & Henneberg Architects, 1973)
* [[Journal Square Transportation Center]], [[Jersey City, New Jersey]] (1973–1975)
* Titan House, [[Hartlepool]], England (1974)
* [[Sofia Central Station]], [[Sofia, Bulgaria]] (1974)
* Mudd Center, [[Oberlin College Library]], Warner, Burns, Toan & Lunde, 1974
* [[33 Thomas Street|AT&T Long Lines Building]], [[New York City|New York, NY]] ([[John Carl Warnecke]], 1974)
* [[Adam Clayton Powell Jr. State Office Building]], [[New York City|New York, NY]] ([[Ifill, Johnson & Hanchard]], 1974)
* [[Faner Hall (SIUC)]], [[Southern Illinois University Carbondale]], [[Carbondale, IL]] (1974)
* [[Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden]], [[Washington, D.C.]] ([[Gordon Bunshaft]], 1974)
* [[J. Edgar Hoover Building]], [[Washington, D.C.]] (C.F. Murphy, 1974)
* [[Buffalo City Court Building]], [[Buffalo, New York]] (1974)
* [[:File:Wean hall.jpg|Wean Hall]], [[Carnegie Mellon University]], [[Pittsburgh]], [[Pennsylvania]] (1971)
* [[Birmingham Central Library]], [[Birmingham]], England ([[John Madin]], 1974)
* Curtin Hall [[University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee]], (Maynard W. Mayer & Assoc., 1974)
* [[Grenfell Tower]], London (1974, burnt out 2017)
* [[New Hall Place]], Liverpool, England (1974)
* [[São Paulo Metro]], São Paulo, Brazil. Mid 70s, early 80s heavy metro stations (1974)
* [[Friedenskirche (Monheim-Baumberg)|Friedenskirche]], Monheim-Baumberg, Germany (1974)
* [https://www.baystatebanner.com/2013/02/21/dr-solomon-carter-fuller-nations-first-black-psychiatrist/ Solomon Carter Fuller Mental Health Center], Boston, Massachusetts (1974)
 
===1975–1979===
[[File:National Theatre, London.jpg|thumb|upright|[[Royal National Theatre]]]]
[[File:DHHS2 by Matthew Bisanz.JPG|thumb|upright|[[Hubert H. Humphrey Building]]]]
[[File:DallasCityHallB.jpg|thumb|upright|[[Dallas City Hall]]]]
[[File:University of Otago Richardson Building.jpg|upright|thumb|Richardson Building, [[University of Otago]]]]
* Fine Arts Center, [[University of Massachusetts Amherst|University of Massachusetts]], [[Amherst, Massachusetts]] ([[Kevin Roche]], 1975)
* Wells Fargo Center, [[Lincoln, NE]] ([[I.M. Pei]], 1975)
* [[Technical University of Denmark]], [[Kongens Lyngby]], [[Denmark]], ([[Eva Koppel]], 1961–1975)
* City of Fall River Government Center, [[Fall River, Massachusetts]] (1976)
* [[Folsom Library]], [[Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute]], [[Troy, New York]] (Pierik Quinlivan & Krause, 1976)
* [[Freeway Park]], [[Seattle]], Washington ([[Lawrence Halprin]], 1972–1976)
* [[Guy's Hospital]] Tower, [[Southwark]], London, England (Watkins Gray, 1974)
* [[50 Queen Anne's Gate]] (former [[Home Office]] building, now [[102 Petty France]], [[Ministry of Justice (United Kingdom)|Ministry of Justice]]), London, England ([[Fitzroy Robinson & Partners]], with Sir [[Basil Spence]], 1976)
* Main Library, [[University of Saskatchewan]], [[Saskatoon]], [[Saskatchewan]] (1970)
* [[Royal National Theatre]], London, England ([[Denys Lasdun|Sir Denys Lasdun]], 1976)
* [[Greyfriars bus station]], [[Northampton]], England (1976) (demolished 2015)
* [[Barco Law Building]], [[University of Pittsburgh]], [[Pittsburgh]], [[Pennsylvania]], (1976)
* Engineering Building, [[Binghamton University]], [[Vestal, New York]], (1976)
* Phillips-Wangensteen Building, [[University of Minnesota Medical Center|University of Minnesota Hospital]], [[Minneapolis]], [[Minnesota]], (1976)
* Maag Library, [[Youngstown State University]] (1976)<ref>[https://www.bupipedream.com/ac/44219/explaining-a-building-with-brutal-design/ Explaining a Building with Brutal Design]</ref>
* [[Minton-Capehart Federal Building]], [[Indianapolis]], [[Indiana]] ([[Evans Woollen III]], [[Woollen, Molzan and Partners]], 1976)<ref>"Biographical" Sketch in {{cite book | author=| title =Woollen, Molzan and Partners, Inc. Architectural Records, ca. 1912–2011 | publisher =Indiana Historical Society | series = | volume = | edition = | year =2017 | location =Indianapolis | pages = | url =http://www.indianahistory.org/our-collections/collection-guides/woollen-molzan-partners-inc-architectural-records | isbn =}} See also: Mary Ellen Gadski, "Woollen, Molzan and Partners" in {{cite book | author =David J. Bodenhamer and Robert G. Barrows, eds.|title =The Encyclopedia of Indianapolis | publisher =Indiana University Press | series = | volume = | edition = | year =1994 | location =Bloomington and Indianapolis | pages =1453–54 | url = | isbn =0-253-31222-1}}</ref>
* Main building of the University of Bielefeld, [[Bielefeld University]], Bielefeld, Germany (1971-1976)
* Bedford Way building, [[University of London]], London, England ([[Denys Lasdun|Sir Denys Lasdun]], 1977)
* [[Brighton Centre]], Brighton, England, 1977
* [[Carlton Tel Aviv]], Israel, 1977
* [[Hubert H. Humphrey Building]], the [[United States Department of Health and Human Services]] headquarters, 1977
* [[Federal Reserve Bank Building (Boston)|Federal Reserve Bank Building]], Boston (1977)
* [[Renaissance Center]], [[Detroit]] ([[John Portman]], 1977)
* [[Perry–Castañeda Library]] (PCL), [[University of Texas at Austin]], (1977)
* [[Sampson House]], [[Southwark]], London, England ([[Fitzroy Robinson & Partners]] 1976–79)
* [https://web.archive.org/web/20130715092150/http://www.panoramio.com/photo_explorer#view=photo&position=5&with_photo_id=3771735&order=date_desc&user=751974#view=photo&position=5&with_photo_id=3771735&order=date_desc&user=751974 Corson Auditorium / Grand Traverse Performing Arts Center] at [[Interlochen Center for the Arts]], [[Interlochen, Michigan]] (1975)
* Sydney Lewis Hall, [[Washington and Lee University School of Law]], [[Lexington, Virginia]] (1977)
* [[Wesley W. Posvar Hall]], [[University of Pittsburgh]], [[Pittsburgh]], [[Pennsylvania]], (1975–1978)
* [[RIA Novosti]] headquarter, former press-center of [[1980 Summer Olympics]], [[Moscow]], [[Russia]], (1976–1979)
* School of Theology, [[National and Kapodistrian University of Athens]], [[Greece]], L. Kalivites and G. Leonardos, 1976<ref>[http://mam.avarchive.gr/portal/digitalview.jsp?get_ac_id=1918&thid=4644/ Hellenic National AudioVisual Archive], The Opening of the new Athenian School of Theology building, Duration: 00:04:03:23 – 00:04:51:06</ref>
* [[Dallas City Hall]], [[Dallas]], [[Texas]] ([[I.M. Pei]], 1978)
* [[Cultural Education Center]], [[Albany, New York]], (1976-1978)
* Embassy of [[Czechoslovakia|People's Republic of Czechoslovakia]] in Berlin, Germany (Věra and Vladimír Machonin, 1978)
* [[Alexandra Road Estate]], [[London]], [[England]] (1978)
* Elliott Pratt Center, [[Goddard College]], [[Plainfield, Vermont|Plainfield]], Vermont
* [[Crown Buildings, Cathays Park]], [[Cardiff]], [[Wales]] (1979)
* Curtin Business School, [[Curtin University|Curtin University of Technology]], Perth, Western Australia
* [[Sirius building]], Sydney (1978–79)
* Richardson Building, [[University of Otago]], [[Dunedin]], New Zealand ([[Ted McCoy]], 1979)
* [https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Facultad_de_Ciencias_de_la_Informaci%C3%B3n_(Universidad_Complutense_de_Madrid) Facultad de Ciencias de la Información (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)], [[Madrid]], (José María Laguna Martínez and Juan Castañón Fariña, 1979)
 
===1980–present===
[[File:Jugotours Beograd Dec 2003.jpg|thumb|upright|[[Genex Tower]], [[Belgrade]]]]
[[File:NGA_Canberra-01JAC.jpg|thumb|upright|[[National Gallery of Australia]], [[Canberra]], Australia]]
[[File:National Library of the Argentine Republic, 2016.jpg|thumb|upright|[[National Library of the Argentine Republic]], [[Buenos Aires]]]]
* Bayamon City Hall, [[Bayamon]], [[Puerto Rico]] (1980)
* [[Moldova National Opera Ballet]], [[Chișinău]], [[Moldova]] (1980)
* [[High Court of Australia#Building|High Court of Australia building]], [[Canberra]], Australia (Edwards Madigan Torzillo and Briggs, 1980)
* [[UTS Tower]], [[University of Technology, Sydney|University of Technology]], [[Sydney]], Australia
* [[Seimas Palace]] (1980)
* [[Genex Tower]], [[Belgrade]], [[Serbia]] (Mihajlo Mitrovic, 1980)
* [[Hecht Synagogue]], [[Jerusalem]], Israel ([[Ram Karmi]] 1981)
* [[Buzludzha|Buzludzha Monument]], [[Balkan Mountains]], [[Bulgaria]] (1981)
* [[Jatiyo Sangshad Bhaban]] (Dhaka National Assembly), [[Dhaka]], [[Bangladesh]] (Louis Kahn, 1982 (designed 1962))
* [[Indiana University Art Museum]], [[Bloomington, Indiana]] ([[I. M. Pei]], 1982)
* [[National Gallery of Australia]], [[Canberra]], Australia ([[James Johnson Sweeney]] and [[James Mollison]], 1982)
* [[Geelong Performing Arts Centre|Performing Arts Centre]], [[Geelong]], Australia (1983)
* [[Administrative Palace, Satu Mare]], Romania (Nicolae Porumbescu, 1984)
* [[Walter Carsen Centre|King's Landing]], [[Toronto]], [[Ontario]] ([[Arthur Erickson]], 1984)
* [[House of Soviets (Kaliningrad)]], Soviet Union (1985)
* [[Queensland Cultural Centre]], [[Brisbane]], Australia, 1985
* [[Alewife (MBTA station)]], [[Cambridge, Massachusetts]] ([[Ellenzweig]], 1985)
* [[Panum Institute]], [[Copenhagen]], [[Denmark]] ([[Eva Koppel]], 1966–1986)
* Park Place on Peachtree condominiums, [[Atlanta, Georgia]], ([[Ted Levy]], 1984–1987)
* Z.J. Loussac Public Library, [[Anchorage]], [[Alaska]], 1986
* Moldova Presidential Residence, [[Chișinău]], [[Moldova]] (1987)
* Forum Hotel, [[Kraków]], [[Poland]] ([[Janusz Ingarden]], 1978–1989)
* [[Embassy of Canada, Washington, D.C.]] ([[Arthur Erickson]], 1989)
* [[Metrorail (Miami-Dade County)]] stations, early 80s heavy metro system (1984)
* [[Alkek Library]], [[Texas State University]], [[San Marcos, Texas|San Marcos]], Texas (1990)
* [[National Congress of Chile]], [[Valparaiso]], [[Chile]], (1990)
* Church of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross and Our Lady of Health of the Sick in [[Katowice]], Poland (Henryk Buszko, Aleksander Franta, 1991)
* [[National Library of the Argentine Republic]], [[Buenos Aires]], [[Argentina]] ([[Clorindo Testa]], 1992)
* [[National Library of Estonia#Library building|National Library of Estonia]], [[Tallinn]], [[Estonia]] ([[Raine Karp]], 1985-1993)
* [[United States Holocaust Memorial Museum]], [[Washington, D.C.]] ([[James Ingo Freed]], 1993)
* [[Centro Financiero Confinanzas]], [[Caracas]], Venezuela (1994)
* [[Therme Vals]] Spa Building, [[Vals, Switzerland]] ([[Peter Zumthor]], 1993–1996)
* [[Palisades Center]], [[West Nyack, New York]] (1998)<ref name=NYTQueenan>[[Queenan, Joe]] (January 25, 2008). [http://travel.nytimes.com/2008/01/25/travel/escapes/25mall.html?ref=travel "All of America, and Parking Too"]. ''[[The New York Times]]''.</ref>
* [[Teatro Argentino de La Plata]], [[La Plata]], Argentina (1999)
* [[Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels]], [[Los Angeles, California]] ([[Rafael Moneo]], 2002)
* Palazzo della Cultura "Antonello da Messina", [[Messina]], [[Italy]] (2009)
* [[Habima Theatre]], National Theatre of [[Israel]], [[Tel Aviv]] ([[Ram Karmi]], redesign 2012)
* [[Parliament House (Malta)|Parliament House]], [[Valletta]], [[Malta]] ([[Renzo Piano]], 2015)
* Black Theatre, [[Kiev]], [[Ukraine]], 2016
 
===Other structures===
[[File:Looking north at LEnfant Plaza - Washington DC.jpg|thumb|upright|L'Enfant Plaza, Washington, D.C.]]
* The [[University of Florida]] [[Fredric G. Levin College of Law|Levin College of Law]]
* [[L'Enfant Plaza]] – a plaza in Washington, DC, containing many Brutalist [[US Government]] buildings.
* [[Cal Poly Pomona College of Environmental Design]]
 
==See also==
* [[Panel building]] – many of which are large and constructed of bare concrete panels.
* [[Panelák]] – a panel building constructed of pre-fabricated, pre-stressed concrete which may resemble brutalist structures.
* [[Plattenbau]] – as above but in Germany
 
==Notes==
{{Reflist}}
 
== References ==
* Romy Golan, [https://web.archive.org/web/20080401080245/http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0422/is_2_85/ai_104208984/pg_1 Historian of the Immediate Future: Reyner Banham - Book Review], ''The Art Bulletin'', June 2003. Accessed online at FindArticles 23 October 2006.
 
== External links ==
{{Commons category|Brutalist architecture}}
*[http://www.open2.net/modernity/inner_frameset.htm BBC Open University: ''From Here to Modernity''] - includes many Brutalist examples
 
{{Modern architecture}}
{{Westernart}}
 
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{{Infotaula sèrie de televisió
| nom = YoungThe WallanderInvestigation
| format = [[Sèrie de televisió]]
| gènere = [[drama]], [[Cinemacrim]], policíac[[misteri]]
| durada = 45-50 minuts
| creador = DavidTobias WeilLindholm
| productor = Berna Levin, Yellow Bird{{Plainlist|
* Jonas Allen
* Caroline Blanco
* Peter Bose
* Rene Ezra
}}
| repartiment = {{Plainlist|
* Søren Malling
* Adam Pålsson
* Pilou Asbæk
* Richard Dillane
* Rolf Lassgård
* Leanne Best
* Ellise Chappell
}}
| país = [[suèciadinamarca]], [[regne unitsuècia]]
| llengua = [[anglèsdanès]], [[suec]]
| canal_original = [[NetflixTV 2 Danmark]], [[Sveriges Television]]
| inici = 311 de setembredesembre de 2020
| num_temporades = 1
| num_episodis = 6
| web = https://www.netflix.com/es/title/81011098
| imdb_id = 93592209112152
}}
'''YoungThe Wallanderinvestigation''' (de títol original ''Efterforskningen'') és una sèrie de [[televisió per internet]] basada en l'obradanesa de l'escriptornomés suec6 [[Henningepisodis Mankell]]dirigida sobreper elTobias personatgeLindholm dei ficciódistribuïda depels l'inspectorcanals danès [[KurtTV Wallander2 Danmark]] produïda per la productora sueca Yellow Bird i emesa per la plataforma d'internetsuec [[NetflixSveriges Television]] el 3 de setembredesembre de 2020.<ref>{{ref-web |url=httphttps://www.thefutoncriticimdb.com/showatchtitle/young-wallander/listingstt9112152/?ref_=ttco_co_tt |consulta=627 octubregener 20202021 |títol=YOUNGThe WALLANDER (NETFLIX)Investigation |editor=The Futon Critic|llengua=anglèsIMDb}}</ref>. La sèrie està basada en la investigació duta a terme per la policia de [[Copenhaguen]] per aclarir l'assassinat de la periodista sueca [[Kim Isabel Frederica Wall|Kim Wall]] que va desaparèixer l'11 d'agost de 2017 a bord de l'[[UC3 Nautilus]], un minisubmarí de propietat de l'inventor danès [[Peter Madsen]]. <ref name="Guardian">{{ref-notícia |cognom=JonesEhrenskjöld |nom=Ellen EChristina |títol=Young'Efterforskningen': WallanderDerfor reviewoptræder morderen back to the future with TV's gloomiest copperikke |publicació=TheEkstra GuardianBladet |url=https://wwwekstrabladet.theguardian.comdk/tv-and-radio/2020/sep/03krimi/youngefterforskningen-wallanderderfor-reviewoptraeder-netflixmorderen-prequelikke/8306722 |consulta=627 octubregener 20202021 |data=328 setembre 2020|llengua=anglèsdanès}}</ref>
 
En cap moment de la sèrie es mostren imatges ni de la víctima ni de l'acusat, sinó que només es centra en la recerca de proves per poder avalar l'acusació d'assssinat i la sol·licitud de cadena perpètua per part de la [[fiscal|fiscalia]] danesa.
 
 
==Argument==
La unitat d’homicidi de la policia de Copenhaguen, dirigida per l'inspector Jens Møller, intenta resoldre la desaparició i posterior assassinat de la periodista sueca Kim Wall que surt a la llum després del naufragi en circumstàncies sospitoses del submarí a la [[badia de Køge]].
Ambientada avui en dia a la ciutat sueca de [[Malmö]], la sèrie es configura com una mena de [[preqüela]] de l’inspector Kurt Wallander, un jove en plena experiència formativa. El personatge sembla estar encara envaït per un fort sentit de la justícia en un intent de treure a la llum una complexa xarxa criminal amparada darrere les creixents tensions socials relacionades amb el tema de la [[immigració]] a Suècia.
 
==Repartiment==
===Principal===
* Adam[[Søren PålssonMalling]] com a l'inspector Kurten Wallandercap Jens Møller Jensen.
* Pilou Asbæk com el fiscal encarregat del cas Jakob Buch-Jepsen.
* Richard Dillane com el superintendent Hemberg.
* LeanneRolf BestLassgård com a Joachim Wall, pare de la inspectoraperiodista FridaKim RaskWall.
* Pernilla August com a Ingrid Wall, mare de la periodista Kim Wall.
* Alan Emrys com a Gustav Munck.
* Laura Christensen com la investigadora Maibritt Porse.
* Jacob Collins-Levy com a Karl-Axel Munck.
* Hans Henrik Clemensen com l'investigador Nikolaj Storm.
* Ellise Chappell com a Mona.
* Dulfi Al-Jabouri com l'investigador Musa Amin.
* Yasen Atour com a Reza, company a l'acadèmia de policia del Kurt.
* Henrik Birch com a Lars Møller, cap de l'equip de submarinistes.
* Charles Mnene com a Bash.
* Charlotte Munck com a Kirstine, parella de Jens Møller.
* Kiza Deen com a Mariam.
* Josephine Park com a Cecilie, filla de Jens Møller.
 
 
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|align="center"|1
|"Day 1"
|"Anti Immigration at Home"
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|align="center"|2
|align="center"|2
|"Det vi ved, og det vi antager"
|"Nightclub Smugglers"
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|align="center"|BenTobias SchifferLindholm
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| colspan="7" style="background: #e3cd81; color: #000000;" |
|align="center"|3
|align="center"|3
|"Jagten"
|"Mona & Munck Connection"
|align="center"|OleTobias EndresenLindholm
|align="center"|JessicaTobias RustonLindholm
|align="center"|311 de setembredesembre de 2020
|-
| colspan="7" style="background: #e3cd81; color: #000000;" |
|align="center"|4
|align="center"|4
|"1280 meter "
|"Assassination Closed?"
|align="center"|JensTobias JonssonLindholm
|align="center"|AnooTobias BhagavanLindholm
|align="center"|311 de setembredesembre de 2020
|-
| colspan="7" style="background: #e3cd81; color: #000000;" |
|align="center"|5
|align="center"|5
|"Et helt menneske"
|"Billionaire's Black Tie"
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|align="center"|BenTobias HarrisLindholm
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|align="center"|6
|align="center"|6
|"In dubio pre reo"
|"Bomb"
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|}
 
== Repercussió Mediàtica ==
==Producció==
L'[[assassinat de Kim Wall]] i la investigació portada a terme, principalment, per la policia danesa, varen tenir una gran repercussió mediàtica. Mitjans com la [[BBC]] <ref>{{ref-notícia |títol=Kim Wall: Danish submarine was 'deliberately sunk' |publicació=BBC |url=https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-40916787 |consulta=27 gener 2021 |data=13 agost 2017 |llengua=anglès}}</ref> o el [[New York Times]] <ref name="nyt"/><ref>{{ref-notícia |cognom=Sorensen |nom=Martin Selsoe |títol=Kim Wall Is Confirmed Dead as Danish Inventor Is Investigated |publicació=The New York Times |url=https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/23/world/europe/kim-wall-dead-submarine-denmark.html |consulta=27 gener 2021 |data=23 agost 2017 |llengua=anglès}}</ref> en van fer un seguiment.
L'11 de setembre de 2019 s'anuncià que [[Netflix]] va inicar el rodatge de la sèrie<ref>{{ref-notícia |cognom=Parlevliet |nom=Mirko |títol=Filming Begins for Netflix’s Young Wallander Series |publicació=Vital Thrills |url=https://www.vitalthrills.com/filming-begins-for-netflixs-young-wallander-series/ |consulta=6 octubre 2020 |data=11 setembre 2019|llengua=anglès}}</ref>. Tot i que es va establir a Malmö, es va rodar a Vílnius i Lituània.<ref name="Guardian"/>
 
 
==Rebuda==
La sèrie es rebuda amb crítiques pel seu to i ritme i amb elogis per les seves actuacions. Al lloc web [[Rotten Tomatoes]] obté una qualificació d'aprovació del 69% i una qualificació mitjana de 6,21/10<ref>{{ref-web |url=https://www.rottentomatoes.com/tv/hunters_2020/s01 |consulta=10 març 2020 |títol=Hunters: Season 1 |editor=Rotten Tomatoes}}</ref> i a [[Metacritic]] una puntuació de 55/100 i 5,2/10.<ref>{{ref-web |url=https://www.metacritic.com/tv/hunters-2020/season-1?ref=hp |consulta=10 març 2020 |títol=Hunters (2020): Season 1 |editor=Metacritic}}</ref>
 
==Localització==
La sèrie ha rebut algunes crítiques per part del [[Museu d'Auschwitz–Birkenau]] per l’ús imprecis del camp de concentració d’[[Auschwitz]]. L'escena on es representa els presos obligats a participar en un mortal joc d'escacs humans va ser titllada d'una "perillositat insensata i caricatura".
Per simular l'interior de la comissaria es varen enregistrar escenes als passadissos de l'edifici [[TV-Byen]], antiga seu de l’emissora nacional danesa [[DR]], situada a [[Municipi de Gladsaxe|Gladsaxe]], a uns 9 quilòmetres al nord-oest del centre de [[Copenhaguen]].
 
==Veure també==
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