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Brutalist architecture

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Brutalist architecture was a style that came to popularity between the 50s and 70s in a number of countries worldwide. Typically rugged, bare and fortress-like in style, the movement was particularly popular for governmental and institutional buildings who were keen to express uniformity and functionality. These buildings are often very graphic with striking lines, which makes them the perfect photographic subject!

The winners will be offered a plug-in of their choice from the amazing Topaz Labs collection!

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The winners of the expert-judged category and the crowd-vote will be offered a plug-in of their choice from the amazing Topaz Labs collection.

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Entries closed
13 March 2018

13 March 2018 to 22 March 2018

Winners announced
22 March 2018

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