The latest issue of Concrete Quarterly is Summer 2019
This issue features:
- ALL DAY AND ALL OF THE NIGHT: Nicholas Hare’s gateway building for University College London keeps working even after the students have gone to bed
- BAUHAUS CUBED: Weimar’s minimalist new museum offers a nuanced take on the Bauhaus’ early years
- STAYING BOWER: AHMM creates a new piece of city with an inventive revamp of a 1960s office complex
- SPECTRAL BEAUTY: BPN’s Ghost House shows that all-concrete homes are nothing to be scared of
- PERFECT TIMING: Careful planning is critical when it comes to the remediation of exposed concrete
- CONCRETE’S OTHER HALF: Why timber formwork is its perfect match
- RETURN OF THE RIB: Trough, coffer or waffle? Introducing the world of the ribbed slab
- LASTING IMPRESSION: Simon Goode’s Californian and Japanese inspirations; and remembering IM Pei
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