Roy Brockington is a Music graduate from Goldsmiths College, University of London, with primary areas of study including music history and historiography, musicology, and minimalism. His current research interests concern sociological and political movements and their effect on the arts, in particular, the eminence of socialism in post-WWII architecture. Roy holds a sales and marketing role in the music industry in London.
FeatureIntroduction: Brutal?The word “brutal” has associations with cruelty, inhumanity, and aggression. Within the field of architecture, however, the term “Brutalism” refers to a post-World War II Modernist style, deriving from the French phrase betón brut, which means raw concrete (Clement 18). Core traits of...Read more