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Brutalist Bliss.

Welcome to "Brutalist Bliss", a digitally created environment designed to offer an escape from reality and a refuge for relaxation and contemplation. Characterized by brutalist open space architecture, this space embodies an aesthetic of minimalism and essentiality. 


The absence of dividing walls and barriers between interior and exterior creates a sense of continuity and openness, allowing visitors to fully immerse themselves in the surrounding environment. The lack of glass in the windows and doors accentuates this connection, while integrated natural elements enrich the atmosphere with their calm and harmonious presence.


The delicate tones of pink and neutral colors contribute to creating an atmosphere of serenity and tranquility, inviting visitors to unwind and be carried away by the peace of the place. Here, silence is a precious companion, interrupted only by the whisper of the wind, offering a moment of complete rest for the body and mind. 


"Brutalist Bliss" is carefully designed to provide a space for regeneration and contemplation, where architectural simplicity merges with the beauty of digital nature, creating an experience of absolute well-being and detachment from reality.

“Brutalist Bliss” was featured at The Now Building as part of Digital Art Week on April 28, 2024 throughout the day – a digitally created environment designed to provide an escape from reality and a haven for relaxation and contemplation.


"BRUTALIST BLISS" by Cristina La Porta Studio
The Now Building | Outernet Global
Charing Cross Rd, London WC2H 8LH


The Now Building in Outernet London is an immersive entertainment space boasting the world’s largest high-resolution wraparound screens.

A mini vlog from the Brutalist Bliss screening at Outernet's The Now Building, shot with a Sony handycam.

Ambient audio.

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