The latest issue of Concrete Quarterly is Winter 2018
This issue features:
- SKIN AND BONES: Steven Holl marries a geometric precast-concrete facade with stunning in-situ interiors at the Glassell School of Art in Texas
- FOBERT’S COVE: Jamie Fobert delivers a world-class art gallery deep within a Cornish cliff
- FINS AND FINESSE: The concealed concrete frame behind Shoreditch’s latest residential tower
- BREAKING THE WAVES: The wavebreakers on a Mexican beach inspire a magnificent new concert hall
- BACK TO BLACK AND WHITE: How to push concrete to the extremes of colour
- PLEASE RELEASE ME: Selecting the correct release agent is critical to surface quality. Here’s how to get it right
- CORE VALUES: The question that goes to the very heart of tall buildings: slipform, jumpform or precast?
- LASTING IMPRESSION: Meredith Bowles gives a Mole’s-eye view of modernism. Plus, white concrete 1970s-style
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