A typeface that celebrates the qualities of a often misunderstood style of architecture.
Brutalist architecture was an architectural style spearheaded in 1950s Great Britain and embraced throughout most of the Soviet Union. Showcasing bare building materials over decorative design; its style was also recognised for its use of angular geometric shapes and muted colour palettes.

In the last few decades, a deeper appreciation for the style has been cultivating with modernist societies championing Brutalist buildings — with some communities preventing demolition to some campaigning for listed status.
With its idiosyncratic approach to structural engineering, a typeface was created to pay tribute to the most divisive, yet intriguing of architectural styles.​​​​​​​
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