• Brutalism Grey Print
Brutalism print - grey

Brutalism print - grey

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  • A classic blueprint style print inspired by Brutalist buildings and their architects.
  • The term brutalism originates from Le Corbusier, béton brut meaning "raw concrete" used when describing one of his favourite choices of material
  • The term has been used to cover a movement in post-war British architecture and many governmental and institutional buildings around the world from the 60's and 70's that are fortress-like and modular with concrete as their predominant material
  • Ernö Goldfinger's Trellick Tower in North West London and the Weiss Science Tower in New York are a couple of prime examples of brutalist architecture and are included in the ten represented here
  • Print type: Giclée
  • Dimensions: A2 (42 x 59.4cm)
  • Paper: Hahnemule Archival FineArt Paper, 100% Cotton, acid free, 310 gsm
  • Ink: UltraChrome HDR professional pigment inks
  • Print is supplied unframed

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