BRUTALIST-ACHITECTURE.docx - BRUTALIST ACHITECTURE Understanding brutalist architecture Actually brutalist architecture style was developed from 1951 to

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BRUTALIST ACHITECTURE Understanding brutalist architecture: Actually brutalist architecture style was developed from 1951 to 1975. This brutalism architecture style it came from the modernist architecture movement of the early 20 th century. This architecture style is influenced by popular French architect Le Corbusier, and his building design project Unite d’Habitation in 1952. Stories about Brutalist architecture and opinions about Brutalism is different from person to person. But, it goes popular modern architectural style of the 20 th century. We are here trying to explore the history of brutalist architecture with popular examples. This architecture style goes popular around the world but London, UK, Boston, Chicago, Kansas city etc are the popular places, where you can still see great examples of brutalism in architecture. Brutalism is an architectural style that was in vogue between roughly 1950 and 1980. A form of modernism, it stressed the exposure of a building's basic elements and materials. This meant that rather than covering up the frame, the mechanical systems, and the support structures, these components were designed to be seen and celebrated. The Brutalist Style Brutalism in architecture is both an aesthetic and an ideology. Ideologically, it represents the concept that structural components should be made visible. But what does this actually look like in terms of aesthetics?

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