The latest issue of Concrete Quarterly is Spring 2020

This issue features:

Casting Off

  • NEWS AND AGENDA - London’s latest sixties revival and a glimpse at the future of formwork
  • FIRST PERSON - Alex Ely puzzles over the structural logic of Florence’s motorway church, while Adam Richards brings home a Soviet sci-fi classic

Inspiration

  • REMEDY FACTORY - Stanton Williams combines high-tech labs and non-clinical open spaces at the Zayed Centre
  • UNLIKELY BEDFELLOWS - Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands mixes work and play with a hotel-office hybrid in Southwark
  • CRACKING THE VASE - How WSP created the concrete structure behind London’s latest iconic tower
  • DANCE PARTNER - Concrete takes the lead at the English National Ballet’s new HQ

Application

  • HIGH TENSION - The benefits and relative costs of post-tensioned concrete structures
  • IN SEARCH OF NEW LOWS - The growing range of tools for cutting energy consumption in buildings – plus, a first look at the UK’s largest Passivhaus development

Lasting Impressions

  • ALEX ELY - Le Corbusier’s influence, and influencing Le Corbusier

From the Archive

  • SUMMER 1991 - A green radical, deep in the surrey countryside

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