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Brutalist

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Brutalist architecture is a style of architecture which flourished from the 1950s to the mid 1970s, spawned from the modernist architectural movement. The English architects Alison and Peter Smithson coined the term in 1954, from the French b├ęton brut, or "raw concrete", a phrase used by LE CORBUSIER to describe the poured board-marked concrete with which he constructed many of his post WWII buildings. See Wikipedia

Buildings on this website in Brutalist style
1 Thibault Square, formerly BP Centre: 1968-1972. Cape Town, Western Cape
Artscape Theatre Centre: 1971. Cape Town, Western Cape
BP Centre: 1968-1972. Cape Town, Western Cape
CR Swart Building: 1980. Bloemfontein, Free State
Nico Malan Theatre Complex: 1971. Cape Town, Western Cape
Provincial Administration Building: 1983. Central, Cape Town, Western Cape
Traduna House: n.d.. Braamfontein, Johannesburg, Gauteng
University of Cape Town, Sports Centre: 1977. Cape Town, Western Cape
University of Pretoria, Building Sciences - Boukunde: 1960 : 1972 : 2018. Hillcrest, Pretoria, Gauteng
University of Pretoria, Merensky 2: 1971-1975. Pretoria, Gauteng
University of Pretoria, van der Graaf Accelerator: 1963. Pretoria, Gauteng