Some say its ugly, some say its genius!
It all started with brutalist architecture during the mid 20th century, which then led to interior design and furniture design.
I have an undying love for this era, its harsh, heavy and just makes everything a little less feminine. In architectural form its blocky and a bit repetitive, its eye-catching but not so easy on the eye. As for the decor its gothic/dutch chic. Usually encompassing industrial characteristics, like rough metal or wood composition, its simple yet gets the point across, point being….–I can decorate, betch–
The first Washington Metro stations were designed in the brutalist style by American architect Harry Weese.
C.Jere Sculptures and Chandelier