In the mid-1950s, which also coincided with the end of World War II, renowned architects such as Le Corbusier, Peter and Alison Smithson, Erno Goldfinger, and Patrick Hodgkinson began building high buildings using only raw materials intended for government and social housing.
The word brut itself comes from the French which has a raw meaning. As the name suggests, the buildings erected in this era have their own characteristics, one of which is made of concrete and rarely has exterior decoration.
Despite many critics of his time, Brutalism is now marked as a significant era, especially in the post-British war architecture as well as its admirers.
Like the building above For example that may certainly be able to amaze you, seen from the side of the design of this building has a unique shape. but if the picture above is less inspiring you may be able to see the picture below.
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