• Brutalist Architecture:Buildings to Know

    15 days ago - By Aesthetica

    Unfinished concrete. Geometric forms. Unconventional propositions. Brutalism is one of the most divisive architectural forms in history. Developed in the 1950s, the term was particularly associated with the work of English architectural duo Alison (1928-1993) and Peter Smithson (1923-2003). It was quickly adopted across the world - favoured for its simplistic, functional form. We highlight 5 Brutalist buildings to know.
    Robin Hood Gardens, London │ Alison and Peter Smithson
    The social housing development was designed in the late 1960s and completed in 1972. A vision of utopian ideals, the...
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