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Brutalist architecture, or Brutalism, is an architectural style which emerged in the mid-20th century and gained popularity in the late 1950s and 1960s. It descended from the modernist architectural movement of the late 19th century and of the first half of 20th century. It is characterized by simple, block-like structures that often feature bare building materials.
Brutalism is an architectural style of the 1950s and 1960s characterised by simple, block-like forms and raw concrete construction
New Appreciation for Brutalism. Over the past 5 years, a new appreciation for Brutalism has emerged. Books like SOS Brutalism: A Global Survey, How to Love Brutalism, Soviet Bus Stops, and This Brutal World all celebrate the artistry of the architectural style. Virginia McLeod, the editor of Phaidon’s Atlas of Brutalist Architecture, first noticed a renewed interest in Brutalism on Instagram.
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1. Brutalism. If Craigslist, memes, and street wear were to fuse together to create a digital design movement, the result would be brutalism. Brutalism is perhaps best known as the architectural style beloved by Soviet civil engineers in the mid 20th century which gave rise to many imposing, spaceship-like concrete blocks.
#SOSBrutalism is a growing database that currently contains over 900 Brutalist buildings. But, more importantly, it is a platform for a large campaign to save our beloved concrete monsters.
Brutalism is the term coined to describe the raw architecture often made with concrete during the 1950s and 1960s (with a later resurgence). I’m an architectural photographer and my fascination ...
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