What is: Brutalism?


ne might consider Brutalism as the ‘marmite’ of architectural history: it is a style that is systematically loathed and revered. HRH Prince Charles once compared one of the icons of Brutalism, Britain’s National Theatre, to a nuclear power station. A strong reaction to the hulking concrete edifice… But is that the point?

Learn about some of the key facets and figures of Brutalist history with Professor Richard J. Williams.

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