Once reviled, so-called brutalist architecture has been a major draw for lovers of architecture for several years now. In fact, this very 70s aesthetic, which redefined the face of our cities, has seen a real return to favour. Brutalism was often radically daring. As an architectural style born from modernism, it gave pride of place to raw concrete, geometric forms and clean lines in cities all over the world. Brussels has its fair share of examples of the genre. Here are some of the most beautiful brutalist spots in the capital, for those who are in need of a contemporary architecture fix. Don’t forget your camera!