While on the subject of architecture, Travis Scott also expressed his fondness for brutalism, and he even brings this “spare[ness]” into his music.
“Brutalism is spare. That’s how I treat music. I like to take it all in and throw it down.”
Travis summarized his affinity for the style by noting, “In Brutalist architecture, I find comfort in raw materials that serve a purpose.”
He also touched on another design approach, postmodernism, by saying it “allows you to revisit the past in a new way.”
Finally, toward the end of his feature interview, Travis paid homage to Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid, whom he called a “revolutionary.”
In other words, the artist’s architectural interests are the real deal, as he isn’t afraid to dive into detail and acknowledge the greats!