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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

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