Brutalist architecture is a style of architecture that emerged in the mid-20th century. The term “brutalist” comes from the French word “beton brut,” meaning raw concrete, which is a material often used in the construction of these buildings. Brutalist buildings are typically characterized by their rough, unfinished concrete surfaces and minimal decorative elements.
While the style has been both celebrated and criticized over the years, it remains a significant part of architecture and continues to influence contemporary design.
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