This Instagram Account Combines Brutalist Architecture With Giant Cats – Design You Trust

This Instagram Account Combines Brutalist Architecture With Giant Cats

Brutalist architecture emerged during the 1950s in the UK and are characterised by minimalist constructions that showcase the bare building materials and structural elements over decorative design. @cats_of_brutalism adds giant cats to such buildings to insert some weirdly funny retro-futuristic feeling into them. Scroll down for the best examples!

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