Brutalism.ˈBruːt(ə)lɪz(ə)m / A stark style of functionalist architecture, especially of the 1950s and 1960s, characterized by the use of steel and concrete in massive blocks.
Brutalism is the Marmite of the architecture world — dividing those who see these exposed concrete structures of the 1950s either as bleak, post-war monsters or architectural icons.
Some might love to see these buildings preserved, others could quite easily want the opposite. So we made some posters giving each of these quirky fellas an emotionally-charged plea for salvation.
Brutalist Poster Experiments