The latest issue of Concrete Quarterly is Autumn 2019
This issue features:
- 4 GOING UP IN THE WORLD - Orms expands the possibilities of adaptive reuse, transforming a 1970s council building into one of London’s hippest hotels.
- 8 VANISHING TRICKS - Sophie Hicks’ back-garden home is an ingenious act of exposure and concealment.
- 10 WASHINGTON CONFIDENTIAL - Crumpled aluminium formwork is the secret ingredient as Steven Holl creates a unique concrete finish at the Kennedy Center.
- 12 SECOND LIFE - A circular economy demands that we find ways to reuse existing structures and build new ones with reuse in mind. We explore best practice, including Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands’ loose-fit Victory Plaza towers in the Olympic village.
- 16 FORM FOLLOWS FORMWORK - Formwork can have a huge impact on cost and programme, and transform the appearance of a building – designers ignore it at their peril.
- LASTING IMPRESSION - Fergus Feilden on one of art and architecture’s most enduring collaborations.
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