Brutalism: How unpopular buildings came back in fashion

September 4, 2014
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Brutalism

Post-war concrete architecture was decried by many as ugly – but now Brutalist buildings are back in fashion, writes Jonathan Glancey in this article (link below)

At Spatial Dimensions we are glad to see Brutalism, which is representative of its place and time in history, becoming more popular again.

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