The latest issue of Concrete Quarterly is summer 2017
This issue features:
LASCAUX IV VISITOR CENTRE: Snøhetta has carved a monolithic visitor centre into a French hillside as the Lascaux cave paintings go digital.
STAVROS NIARCHOS CULTURAL CENTRE: Renzo Piano and Expedition Engineering top Athens’ new cultural centre with a record-breaking ferrocement canopy.
GUY'S CANCER CARE CENTRE: Concrete proves the right prescription at London’s new cancer care centre.
OGDEN CENTRE: Durham University’s striking new cosmology centre uses a complex and irregular structural concrete frame.
GOING UNDERGROUND: Basements are an increasingly popular way of adding space – and value – to properties. Elaine Toogood outlines the main considerations
SEALED AND DELIVERED: Jonathan Reid explains what to look out for when it comes to choosing sealant types.
PRECAST CONCRETE CLADDING: Concrete panels are an increasingly popular option for architectural and structural cladding, but they require close collaboration from the whole design team.
LASTING IMPRESSION: Marion Brereton of Berman Guedes Stretton remembers growing up in the shadow of the National Theatre.
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