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Corowa Golf Club
The Context of Design - Brutalism
Join us as we delve into the Brutalist Movement. How it came about, who were at the forefront of this style and how does it continue to influence contemporary architecture.
Time & Location
Time is TBD
Corowa Golf Club, 1 Hume St, Corowa NSW 2646, Australia
About The Event
Regional Design Service is excited to present the second in a series of talks and events about the Context, Process and Value of Design.
Based on the enthusiasm and popular demand from our first event we will be exploring the Brutalist Movement.
The Brutalist style grew out of the Modernist movement and the term originates from the use of ‘beton brut’ by Modernist Architect Le Corbusier. Flourishing from 1951 to 1975 the style has seen a resurgence in admirers whilst continuing to weather harsh criticism and demolition.
Enjoy a glass wine on arrival (with fabulous cheeses) before the talk begins (15:30 sharp). Feel free to stay on for drinks and conversation looking over the golfing greens.
RDS Introduction to Modernism