For Anyone Who Enjoys Cats And Architecture, Here Are The 10 Best New Photos From Cats Of Brutalism

These cats seem to be having a blast, as they explore the world around them. They have not yet figured out how to fit in with the rest of society, but they are still young and curious. We can only hope that they will find a way to blend in soon enough, because they seem like they would make great additions to any home.

Cats Of Brutalism

And if you think this is just another one of those Cats of Brutality posts, think again. These guys love architecture and it shows in their cute little faces! They are absolute cuties, and we hope you enjoy them as much as we do!

Brutalism was a reaction against modernist architecture, which had broken away from the classical styles of the 19th century and incorporated functionalist elements with glass, concrete and steel.

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Cats Of Brutalism



Cats Of Brutalism




Cats Of Brutalism


Cats Of Brutalism


Cats Of Brutalism



Brutalist architecture is defined as a style that emphasizes raw material and functionality. The term was coined in the 1960s by architects Philip Treacy, Peter Eisenman and Alison and Peter Smithson.

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