The latest issue of Concrete Quarterly is autumn 2016.

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This issue features:

UNSHAKEABLE: To create the perfect conditions for the Francis Crick Institute’s groundbreaking medical science, first they needed some groundbreaking structural engineering …
TWISTED TATE: How Ramboll put the creases into Herzog & de Meuron’s pyramid-like Tate Modern extension.
OYSTER RISING: Zaha Hadid Architects drops a giant shellfish on an Italian quayside.
BREAKING THE BRIDGE: Thermal bridges are a major means of escape for building heat. Here’s how to foil them.
GRAIN MAKERS: How to master the tonal and surface effects left by timber formwork.
RESISTANCE TO FIRE: The material properties that help concrete to minimise risk to people and property.
LASTING IMPRESSION: Stirling-shortlisted Chris Loyn reflects on Wales’ industrial relics, and the CQ Archive encounters modernism and sexual tension in 1960s Cambridge.

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