Brute Box
Brute Box is a colorful collection of architectural collages which reimagine the brutalist icons of Southwest Washington DC. Located at the busy intersection of 7th ST and Maryland Ave, Brute Box reframes how we see these buildings: using color as a means to accentuate the rich textures and bold geometries which popularized this style of modernism in the 1950's and beyond.

Hubert H. Humphrey Building (1977) Architect - Marcel Breuer

Hirshhorn Museum (1969) Architect - Gordon Bunshaft

Robert C. Weaver (1965) Architect - Marcel Breuer, Herbert Beckhard

L'Enfant Station (1976) Architect - Harry Weese

DC Metro (1976) Architect - Harry Weese