The latest issue of Concrete Quarterly is summer 2018
This issue features:
- STRICTLY BUSINESS: Stanton Williams and AKT II bring refined modernism to Cambridge’s extravagantly pomo Judge Business School
- REVISED EDITION: Penoyre & Prasad uses precast-concrete fins to update Kent University’s brutalist library
- GRAND SLAB: An exposed first-floor structure holds the key to PAD Studio’s Portsmouth tennis pavilion
- MAKE’S MAZE: The groundbreaking 1km-long labyrinth helping Oxford’s Big Data Institute to stay cool
- INTO THE ROUGH: From German churches to Yorkshire’s Sculpture Park, textured concrete is enjoying a revival
- CASTLE IN THE SAND: How Herzog & de Meuron and McNamara Silvia built a spectacular white-concrete tower on Miami Beach
- LASTING IMPRESSION: Roger Zogolovitch explains how Goldfinger, Le Corbusier and Lasdun used concrete to reimagine interior space. Plus, the archive takes a trip to the Riviera
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