Posted by Beat Magazine by 21/4/16.
The Brutalist Block Party will consist of workshops, talks, dining events and social situations, with events including a produce market, ping-pong and conceptual dining.
This new cultural program aims to celebrate one of architecture’s most misunderstood movements by acknowledging the unique style of architecture within the 1950s through to the mid-1970s. The style uses raw concrete and solid expressive forms, which were inspired by early 20th century modernism and influenced by post-war sensibilities.
The Brutalist Block Party runs at the 122 Roseneath Street warehouse in Clifton Hill from Friday May 6 to Sunday May 29.