In the early 1960’s, the Committee on Federal Office Space reported that federal planners must include a style that represents “the dignity, enterprise, vigor and stability of the American National Government” and “embody the finest contemporary American architectural thought.” Many of the federal office spaces in D.C. were constructed in the late 1960’s early 1970’s and the chosen architectural movement was Brutalism, an architectural style considered for the appreciation of everyone.

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