This term mainly applies to a modernist architectural movement spanning the 1950s to the 1970s. The building was (even if the building wasn’t really big) and
( is French for “raw concrete”). Brutalist interiors were dark, sprawling spaces punctuated with occasional light wells and courtyards, and there was an absence of color, as the concrete was left unpainted.
This design was used for institutional buildings, and the style became popular in the country during the