Attempted brutalism in JToH Towers - Brutalist style JToH towers Made by CBE_Simon Brutalism was a design style popular in the 1950\u2019s and 60\u2019s

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Brutalist style JToH towersMade by: CBE_SimonBrutalism was a design style popular in the 1950’s and 60’s, and it is the precursor of modernist towers in the perspective of real life. It lost popularity in the 20th century in favor of modernism, but it has its own critics.Design/Part CountA tower made with the brutalist theme may have a higher part count compared to a regular tower made with a modern theme.High part counts can constitute lag, which can ruin the enjoyment of the tower itself. The maximum part count for a regular tower is 3,000.Design style, (Low or medium design score)A brutalist style tower has an extremely low amount of cylinders, and wedges, butno corner wedges or spheres.A large amount of hollow or regular cubes may be present in this style of tower anyway.Overhangs have large ridges in between, rather than a single wedge.The design incorporates geometric patterns, purely straight lines, and a ton of exposed concrete.

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