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  1. One such example is the very grey Harold Holt Swimming Centre in Malvern, which has been nominated for heritage protection. Designed by Daryl Jackson and Kevin Borland in , the complex was one of Melbourne’s first to be built in the Brutalist style and is arguably one of the state’s most significant examples.
  2. Cian Orbe is a Chilean non-profit Netlabel of dark electronic, atmospheric, experimental electronic music created by Sábila Orbe (Humanfobia / Filmy Ghost / Yaka-anima projects).
  3. It should actually be called "brutism," which has nothing to do with the term "brutal" that we all know. "Brutalism" comes from the French "béton brut," or "exposed concrete." Le Corbusier, the co-founder of modernist architecture, coined the term when he discovered the aesthetic fascination of raw concrete as a finishing for his buildings.
  4. Jan 29,  · Brutalist Architecture of Israel Tel Aviv is famed for its white, Bauhaus architecture, the work of exiled Jewish German architects who moved there in the s and 30s. Later it became dominated by brutalism or 'grey architecture', much of it designed or overseen by Ram Karmi.
  5. all made of the exact same plaid material. This was somewhat disconcerting and, of course, directly analogous to the use of a "mono-material," not unlike the raw concrete that his Brutalist buildings used as a baseline for all "pure" architecture. In America, the high-water mark for this style is the Boston City Hall designed by.
  6. Brutalist architecture, popularized in Britain in the late s and heralded as a progressive form of Modernism in the United States until the s, now presents a conundrum to preservationists as it ages. Once critically acclaimed, many Brutalist buildings have lost their appeal over time. The unpolished materials have proven unpopular with.
  7. Brutalist architecture is a movement in architecture that flourished from the s to the mids, descending from the modernist architectural movement of the early 20th century. The term does not derive from the word "brutal," but originates from the French béton brut, or "raw concrete," a term used by Le Corbusier to describe his choice.
  8. Monochrome Beach by Brutalist Architecture in the Sun, released 23 March 1. Humanise 2. Peepshow 3. Glass 4. Something New 5. Receiving Signals 6. You are Enough 7. Nuclear Sun 8. This Black Platform 9. Broken Machines The Lost.

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