It provides the designer with the defined material aesthetics used by Le Corbusier, which is simple, economical and leaves less carbon emission than traditional concrete
Beton Brut.

In the middle of the 20th century, Le Corbusier, a famous Swiss architect, created a new French phrase "beton Brut", meaning "raw concrete", which is used to describe the aesthetics of the exterior and interior walls where concrete is poured. Beton Brut's more widely known name is "savageism," and since then, it has been used to describe the use of raw concrete and the architecture from which it originated.