Brutal London: Paper Miniatures of Brutalist Architecture
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Brutal doesn’t always mean violent. In this case, the word comes from the French for “raw concrete.” Characterizing large concrete monoliths from the 1960s and ‘70s, brutalism is a type of architecture that can be found in big, Western cities such as London. Hence, the Brutal London project is about buildings, not crime. More precisely, […] More...