The latest issue of Concrete Quarterly is spring 2017
This issue features:
JUERGEN TELLER STUDIO, LONDON: The London studio that 6a Architects has built for artist and photographer Juergen Teller is almost entirely devoid of colour. But in texture, form and finish, it is as rich as an old master...
VICTORIA GATE, LEEDS: ACME Architects adds lustre to a Leeds department store with a seductive diagrid facade...
VEX HOUSE, LONDON: A reflection on the exhilarating concrete pour for Vex – part London house, part musical experiment...
UTEC, PERU: Grafton Architects’ mountainous Lima engineering school has scooped the RIBA International Prize. An article on a new concrete icon...
POST-FINISHING: Article explains how a well-planned post-finishing programme can enhance the look of new concrete once cast on site...
VISUAL CONCRETE: Exploration into the many colours, textures and decorative effects of precast-concrete cladding...
CARBONATION: For many materials, demolition and waste processing at the end of a building’s life results in the release of CO2. But with concrete, the opposite is the case...
LASTING IMPRESSION: Euan Macdonald, partner at Hawkins Brown, shares his concrete inspirations...
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