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Brutalism

Reyner Banham

The New Brutalism by Reyner BanhamSubscription

By Reyner Banham

In his seminal December 1955 essay Architectural Critic Reyner Banham attempts to codify the then emerging architectural movement of Brutalism

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Psychiatric Institute Milan by Vittorio ViganoSubscription

A functionalist approach to a challenging brief is resolved in this unintentionally Brutalist hospital

AR Archive

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Svetlana Kana Radević (1937-2000)Subscription

By Anna Kats

Radević’s purposeful oeuvre deserves careful study if we are to elucidate our understanding of the first female Montenegrin architect

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Reyner Banham (1922 -1988)Subscription

By Paul Davies

The gas-fitter’s son from Norwich with sartorial flair and a way with words was on a mission to reanimate what he saw as a somewhat freeze-dried architectural Modernism with the fabled white heat of technology

Reyner Banham's Brutalist clarion call appeared in these pages in 1955: the conference, however, passed over Brutalism's birthplace

Brute forces in BerlinSubscription

By Steve Parnell

A two-day conference in Berlin explored the international incarnations of Brutalism but didn’t quite manage a definition

Architecture in Berlin

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Heroic: Concrete Architecture and the New BostonSubscription

By Raymund Ryan

Brutalism is certainly having a moment

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Brutalism on tourSubscription

By Helen Ikla and Andrew Knott

The Brutalist London map may propagate a landmark approach to the city, but it has a clear pedagogical potential