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Agata Toromanoff

Brutalism Reinvented (engl.)

21st Century Modernist Architecture

$ 50.00| £ 35.00

From luxury apartment towers to offices, places of worship to museums, Brutalist architecture is having a 21st-century moment—and this book is here to explore the new interpretations of the style.

Designed with the same bold aesthetic that informed Le Corbusier himself, this book features fifty recent examples of how architects around the world are embracing the principles of Brutalism—simplicity, functionality, and rawness—and reimagining them for today’s standards and tastes. Drawing from the radical approach of the controversial architectural movement, today’s Brutalist buildings are both sophisticated and elegant. As the hundreds of exterior and interior photos in this book reveal, architects have taken advantage of new technology to make concrete-based structures that are refined and alluring, as well as stylish and modish unlike their predecessors. Each chapter is dedicated to a different type of buildings and is introduced with a selection of iconic structures as an essential visual reference for Brutalism’s new look. In some instances the overall strength of the aesthetic is paired with equally forceful materials such as glass, metal and brick; other examples show how classically Brutalist lines are integrated into generously proportioned, light-filled spaces. An informative celebration of Brutalist architecture’s legacy, this book is an exciting exploration of how today’s most innovative architects are discovering the inherent beauty of powerful concrete volumes that was at the heart of Le Corbusier’s original vision.

Hardcover, 240 pages, 21,0 x 27,0 cm, 8.3 x 10.6 in
With 250 color illustrations
ISBN: 978-3-7913-8811-3
US September 07, 2021
UK October 19, 2021
Status of delivery: This title is available.


Agata Toromanoff

AGATA TOROMANOFF is an art and design historian. She has worked for art collectors and galleries, and has curated and managed numerous contemporary art projects. She has authored several books on art, design, photography and architecture, including Raising the Roof. Women Architects Who Broke Through the Glass Ceiling.

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