brutalism - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "brutalism" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

brutalism / брутализм
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существительное
брутализм
Определения
имя существительное
a style of architecture or art characterized by a deliberate plainness, crudity, or violence of imagery. The term was first applied to functionalist buildings of the 1950s and 1960s that made much use of steel and concrete in starkly massive blocks.
Its architecture was very much of its time; it was not seductive or inviting, but its brutalism was not so fierce as to prevent it becoming an object of local affection.
Примеры
They are hideous examples of concrete brutalism , dilapidated and badly-run and best demolished.
the long, low, concrete-faced buildings were remarkable solely for their brutalism
Its architecture was very much of its time; it was not seductive or inviting, but its brutalism was not so fierce as to prevent it becoming an object of local affection.
Various departments inhabit a ramshackle collection of buildings up and down Holloway Road, ranging through arts and crafts, neo-Georgian, brutalism and postmodernist junk.
There's a hard-edged brutalism in its new and rebuilt architecture, design and style; it's a city of the young - vibrant and raw.
This bleak worldview was reflected in art, such as the Vienna Secessionists, divorced from tradition, and in the Bauhaus architecture ‘starting from zero’ which begot brutalism .
exchanging one kind of social and economic brutalism for another is not what they had in mind
He agrees that, aside from their occasional beauty, there is also a compelling, authoritarian power in these brutalist buildings.
The Magnum centre, an hour southwest of Glasgow and incongruously placed between a sprawling industrial estate and the angry grey sea, is a classic of Scotland's new-town brutalist school of architecture.
Inside, brutalist walls made of concrete terrazzo effectively highlight the intricate craftsmanship of works ranging from 18 th-century needlework to 19 th-century hand-painted hatboxes.