There can hardly be a more controversial architectural movement than Brutalism. But the divisivearchitecture movement is increasingly back in vogue – and is primary material – concrete – is having an influence on catwalks, in jewellery design, kitchen design, bathrooms and home accessories. Just take a look at Stella McCartney's new London flagship, orAustralian fashion label Kloke’s Melbourne store for more examples of how cemented surfaces are having a moment.

Even restaurants are embracing concrete surfaces and minimal design.

The style has also crept into homes – just take a tour around this concrete cottage in Cornwall.

Homeware retailers are also jumping on board the trend – bringing out more ranges of concrete surfaces, concrete kitchen and concrete bathroom designs.

Fans of the look unable to get introduce huge slabs of the real thing can still nod to the look through wallpaper...

Furniture...

Lighting...

Kitchenware...

Sculpture...

Wall art...

... And even plant pots.

Fashion gets a look in too, with MaxMara's latest runway giving a clear nod to Brutalist style.

And finally, we're even seeing the style in modern jewellery.

Whether you love it or hate it, the 20th century movement and love of cement is clearly here to stay.