Brutalism is a well-known architectural style that has been widespread worldwide since the 1950s. It is known for its minimalist appearance, which is characterized by bare building materials without decoration such as concrete or brick, and steel, and in more modern versions of brutalism, glass and wood are also present. It is also characterized by a monochrome color palette and angular geometric shapes.
Speaking of interior design a brutalist-inspired style encompassed primarily a bold, dark, raw atmosphere with lots of concrete and metals. With the arrival of organic brutalism, however, the interior moved towards the natural wood and glass and often angular geometric shapes.
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When it comes to the type of flooring, organic brutalism in addition to concrete asks for wood. This is where our company can help you.
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