The BBC has a piece arguing for a re-evaluation of 'Brutalism'. https://www.bbc.co.uk/ideas/videos/the-underappreciated-beauty-of-brutalism/p083wtwr So... which is better? Or do both have their merits? What is your favourite Brutalist building? I remembering seeing Boston town hall... Minecraft before Minecraft was a thing. Or is this more your opinion? Personally, I like the more natural Edwardian/Victorian style of architecture... a more bucolic style with a more integrated sense of aesthetic to the urban landscape. Brutalism is too much of a harsh rejection of human aesthetic sensibilities. But by 'human' I mean my inherent sense of aesthetics... I don't mean that 'if you disagree with me you are not human'... have to explain that.