The latest issue of Concrete Quarterly is Summer 2021
This issue features:
- Elaine Toogood - Life: the bit in-between
- Innovation - Could graphene super-charge concrete?
- Origin Story - Hopkins Architects hatches a turtle sanctuary
- Lasting Impression - Shahed Saleem on London’s misread mosque
- From the Archive - Winter 1977: London gets back into shape
- Farringdon station, London - three stunning precast spaces herald the arrival of Crossrail’s first completed station
- Hackney New School, London - the two buildings in this project feature a ruddy-faced palette of
red brick, red precast concrete and fair-faced in-situ concrete.
- House Recast, London - colourful, concrete, a bit gothic … not words you would normally associate with a north London back-of-house extension.
- Little Island, New York - hundreds of unique precast concrete petal forms were needed to create Heatherwick Studio and Arup’s Little Island off west Manhattan.
- Reusing concrete structures - Hhw to give existing frames a new lease of life
- 160 Old Street, London - Orms repackages a 1970s postal building
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