Consider Brutalist architecture as a study ‘in the raw’, with an emphasis on materials, textures and construction. The term does not derive from the word "brutal," but originates from the French béton brut, or "raw concrete."
The seller enhanced Brutalist architecture by accentuating the main columns in a high gloss sheen. Exposed wood ceilings, heavy timber beams, and non-encased sheet metal ductwork create some of the other aspects of the Brutalist style. Keeping the space light and airy with simple clean lines encourages the eye to take in the dramatic “picture frames” of the city from every outside wall of the loft.
Gorgeous 266sf Terrace Facing East & South
Custom Built-ins & Lux Lighting
Grohe Aquatower Shower System in Master Suite
Allegro Wide-plank Oak Floors, Bellagio Collection
Built-in Murphy Bed by Portland Closets
Pella Architectural Wood Windows
All New Low-VOC Benjamin Moore Paint
Views! River, City, Bridge, Mountain views!