Discover the captivating and unique design style of brutalism in architecture. Explore top examples and learn how this bold and raw aesthetic can transform spaces.
Chuvash State Opera And Ballet Theater, 1985, Russia Architecture, Theatre Building, Tower, Brutalist Buildings, Brutalist Architecture, Opera House, Brutalist Design, Futuristic, City

Angular, geometric shapes, hard edges, and monolithic constructions. You are either in a Lego set or looking at an example of brutalist architecture. It’s a devise style, with some seeing it as the pinnacle of function over form, while others just think of endless, soulless commie blocks, with rotting, exposed concrete.

Willie Van Aswegen
Bauhaus, Architecture, Urban, Architecture Building, Brutalist Buildings, Brutalist Architecture, Architect, Brutalist Design, Retro Futurism

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Marcos García
20+ Intriguing and Bold Brutalist Interior Design Inspirations • 333+ Images • [ArtFacade] House Design, Home Interior Design, Interior, Interior Design, Architecture, House Interior, Loft Interiors, Interior Architecture, Interior Design Inspiration

Explore the intriguing world of brutalist interior design with our inspiring collection of ideas and concepts. Uncover how the boldness of raw materials and minimalist forms can revolutionize your living spaces, from living rooms to bedrooms and kitchens. Our guide delves into the stark beauty of brutalist design, offering creative ways to incorporate this powerful style into your home. Whether you're a fan of industrial chic or monochromatic mastery, discover how brutalist interior design…

Terri Wadsworth
Brutalist Victory: Concrete Skylines Dominate Radical Retro-Future Cities | Urbanist Urban, Architecture, Constructivism, Design, Concept Architecture, Architecture Building, Architecture Design, Architect, Structure Architecture

Architectural trends come and go, but some visions are more persistent than others, and Brutalism could have been among them. This artist asks and answers the question: what if concrete monstrosities of the 1960s and 70s had somehow won the war against the steel-and-glass towers that dominate contemporary skylines? German digital artist Clemens Gritl has built

Pietro Papini

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