It is an architecture alien to any intellectualism, which speaks to the masses whose needs it interprets, especially in the conception of civic and community architecture.
AZoBuild talks to Alex Anderson from the University of Washington about the history of Brutalism and its significance now.
Argentina has a long history of stunning Brutalist concrete buildings. These residences generally connect the inside and outside through huge windows and a flat, low silhouette, showcasing the country’s harsh environment.
Gino Valle (1923 – 2003) was. Italian architect, designer, and town planner. He was born in Udine. He studied at the Instituto Universitario di Architettura, Venice, to 1948. From 1951, he was at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, Massachusetts.