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Brutalism — Bru tal*ism, n. Brutish quality; brutality. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
brutalism — brutalísm s. n. Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa: Dicţionar ortografic … Dicționar Român
brutalism — ► NOUN ▪ cruelty and savageness … English terms dictionary
BRUTALISM — The term Brutalism was introduced by the architectural critic Reyner Banham in his 1966 publication The New Brutalisai: Ethic or Aesthetic? This movement was meant to redirect modern architecture toward a more monumental and heroic form and… … Historical Dictionary of Architecture
brutalism — brutalist, n., adj. /brooht l iz euhm/, n. (in modern architecture) the aesthetic use of basic building processes with no apparent concern for visual amenity. [1795 1805, for literal sense; BRUTAL + ISM; in reference to architecture first used by … Universalium
Brutalism — noun A style of modernist architecture characterized by angular geometry and overt signs of the construction process. See Also: Brutalist … Wiktionary
brutalism — noun Brutal, violent behaviour; savagery … Wiktionary
brutalism — noun 1》 cruelty and savageness. 2》 a stark style of functionalist architecture that makes use of steel and concrete in massive blocks. Derivatives brutalist noun & adjective … English new terms dictionary
brutalism — bru·tal·ism … English syllables
brutalism — /ˈbrutəlɪzəm/ (say broohtuhlizuhm) noun a modern architectural style expressing structure and using materials with machine like directness. –brutalist, noun –brutalist, adjective … Australian English dictionary
brutalism — s ( en) ARKIT kontroversiell riktning under efterkrigstiden … Clue 9 Svensk Ordbok