The term "Brutalism" is used to describe a form of architecture that appeared, mainly in Europe, from around 1945-1975, and aroused extremes of emotion and debate. This book continues the debate to the modern day, studying a number of key buildings and developments in the fields of civic, educational, commercial, leisure, private, and ecclesiastical architecture. It is now possible to view the movement with a degree of rational reappraisal, study how the style evolved and gauge its effect on Britain's urban landscape.
|Publisher:||Crowood Press, The|
|Edition description:||Second edition|
|Product dimensions:||7.50(w) x 9.75(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Alexander Clement is a design historian. He has written for the Oxford New Dictionary of National Biography and Antiques Magazine.