The latest issue of Concrete Quarterly is Spring 2021

This issue features:

Casting Off

  • Innovation - Europe’s first two-storey printed concrete house
  • Origin Story - Marc Frohn repurposes a precast warehousing system as a Berlin apartment block


  • The Concrete House, South Downs - This house deploys the latest concrete technologies to maximum effect – and with minimal reinforcement
  • Pinnacle House, Royal Wharf, London - Mæ Architects digs into dockland history for an oyster-inspired apartment block
  • Laidlaw Music Centre, St Andrews - A bravura performance of boardmarked concrete which works both aesthetically and acoustically at the University of St Andrews
  • Powerhouse Telemark, Norway - Snøhetta and Skanska show that a concrete office can be carbon-positive


  • Beyond the Binder - Specifying lower carbon concrete is about more than replacing cement – understanding strength gain and material efficiency are key

Lasting Impression

  • Simon Henley, principal at Henley Halebrown, on his passion for car parks and the inspirational buildings of the Paulistas

From the Archive

  • WINTER 1956 - Coventry and the art of rebuilding

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