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Reflections on Brutalism Part 1 - This Brutal World and a Study of The Shape of the Future's Past: Wanderings 14/52 - A Year In The Country
First off to loosely define Brutalist architecture: “Brutalism is an architectural style of the 1950s to approximately the mid-1970s which descended from the modernist architectural movement of the early 20th century. It is characterised by simple, often innovative block-like forms and utilised raw concrete as its primary material. Brutalist buildings often reveal the means of …