The latest issue of Concrete Quarterly is Autumn 2019
This issue features:
- A TARDIS IN KING’S CROSS: Cosmic ray detectors, geothermal heat pumps and cutting-edge concrete – welcome to the Institute of Physics’ new HQ / toybox
- DOOR TO THE PAST: David Chipperfield fits the final piece in Berlin’s 200-year-old Museum Island
- SECRET SERVICES: FaulknerBrowns’ Janet Nash House offers a new twist on integrated cooling pipework
- SETTING THE STAGE: Carl Turner puts in a stellar performance at a south London theatre school
- TARGET ZERO: The various roles of concrete in the UK’s bid to eliminate its carbon emissions by 2050
- INTERNAL AFFAIRS: Concrete has become a must-have look for interior designers, from countertops to shops
- OFFSITE HOUSING SYSTEMS: The innovative precast systems helping to tackle the housing crisis
- LASTING IMPRESSION: Stefanie Rhodes on celestial ceilings
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