Brutalism is an architectural movement that emerged in the 1950s-1970s, characterized by rough, unfinished aesthetics and the prominent use of concrete as a building material. It derives its name from the French term "béton brut," meaning raw concrete. Brutalist buildings are monumental, displaying strength and robustness, with expressive forms and an emphasis on functionality and the relationship with the environment. Although initially criticized, it is now appreciated as architectural heritage and has influenced other disciplines.
"Titia has a special antenna when it comes to colours and trends.
She is passionate, analytical, and loves beauty and tranquility."
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Get ready for inspiration! "TH: Spring | Summer 2025 Edition" is arriving soon! A renewed style guide filled with stunning colors, gorgeous combinations, and beautiful photos, taken on fairs and during travels, in- and outdoors.
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Last weekend I went to Schiermonnikoog. A delightful island located north of the Netherlands. Beautiful weather, empty beaches, and lovely walks. Clearing my mind for new creative ideas, with the assistance of AI, to transform them into inspiring visuals.
This week, I've employed AI to generate images that are connected to the forest, trees and leafs. And of course, to interior design ;-)