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A term coined in England in 1954 to describe the architecture of Le Corbusier at Marseilles and Chandigarh, it is characterized by its use of concrete exposed at its roughest (béton brut), with an emphasis on big, chunky members which collide ruthlessly.

Subjects: Architecture.

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