The latest issue of Concrete Quarterly is winter 2017
This issue features:
ZEITZ MOCAA: Heatherwick Studio has taken a disused concrete silo and a grain of corn and turned them into something extraordinary.
168 UPPER STREET: Amin Taha uses the latest digital 3D modelling and casting techniques to bring a ‘mis-remembered’ London terrace back to life.
DERWENTHORPE: Thin-joint masonry is at the heart of Studio Partington’s low-carbon community.
ON SOLID GROUND: We go beneath the surface of flooring for housing with a guide to ground-supported slabs.
BLOCK BEAUTY: With the right specification, exposed blockwork can not only be durable and cost-effective, but beautiful too.
INNOVATIONS IN BRIDGE DESIGN: The latest movable formwork helped the mighty Mersey Gateway to open under budget, while new developments in precast systems are putting railway bridges on a faster track.
LASTING IMPRESSION: Neil Gillespie is spellbound by the austere power of an Alpine sculpture gallery and Venice’s Nordic Pavilion.
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