Even if you’ve never heard the term, you’ll know Brutalist architecture when you see it. Most architects agree that its defining qualities include significant size and large quantities of concrete, often poured into monolithic slabs at crisp, imposing angles. Buildings in this style both inspire and intimidate — they often appear to be built with a willful […]
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James is an Austin native, but tries not to brag about it. He writes primarily on new development, urban history, and design. Email him anything at firstname.lastname@example.org.