The latest issue of Concrete Quarterly is Autumn 2018
This issue features:
- Behind the scenes: At V&A Dundee, Kengo Kuma’s extraordinary concrete cliff on the Tay riverfront
- Return to earth: David Chipperfield brings out concrete’s spiritual side at Inagawa cemetery in Japan
- Purple power: How the subtle interplay of brick and concrete made Henley Halebrown a Stirling contender
- Return to slender: From bridges to luxury flats, thin concrete is making a sleek and graceful come back
- See for yourself: Why a visual concrete specification should always use built examples
- Unshakable: How Arup delivered low vibrations for the Sainsbury Wellcome Centre
- Lasting impressions: Jamie Fobert picks three soaring, sculptural spaces in Rio and São Paulo. Plus, CQ’s faith is restored at Clifton Cathedral
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