11 edition of Concrete Architecture found in the catalog.
October 29, 2004
by Gibbs Smith, Publisher
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||224|
Architectural and Decorative Concrete Concrete can take almost any form, texture, and color to enhance the appearance of a building and its functional structural requirements. It offers surfaces that range . Detail in Contemporary Concrete Architecture provides analysis of both the technical and the aesthetic importance of details in modern concrete architecture. Featuring the work of renowned /5(13).
The map, which highlights 48 buildings, and book show how concrete architecture — from City Hall to schools, hospitals and housing — transformed the city in the s and ‘70s as part of a Author: Greg Cook. The researchers were looking for familiar modern architecture elements such as flat roofs, open plan living, ribbon windows and expanses of concrete, glass and steel. Instead, they found that .
Brutalist architecture, or New Brutalism, is an architectural style which emerged during the s in Great Britain, among the reconstruction projects of the post-war era. Brutalist buildings are characterized by . But for how long? As architectural fashion has shifted to the glass-and-steel neomodernism of today, these concrete structures have been increasingly ignored - and in some cases, demolished. Concrete .
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In "Concrete Architecture" journalist Catherine Croft describes the history and development of concrete as a bulding material. Her book highlites the best uses of concrete in homes, business, civic buildings /5(3).
Concrete Concept takes architecture admirers on a tour of the world's most impressive, celebrated and controversial Brutalist buildings. Featuring 50 international examples (built between the s to /5(3). "However concrete architecture in China is a very singular phenomena," he explained.
"Phenomena in China normally come and go very fast. My book is a snapshot of the current Author: Lizzie Crook. The best books on architectural materials and finishes.
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It sets out a series of case studies of different. Brutalist book club: colossal compendiums of concrete architecture A host of architecture books on Brutalism have shone some light on the progressive period of architectural history.
Pictured. Concrete architecture, design and furniture projects, including concrete houses, objects cast from concrete, and 3D-printed concrete : Amy Frearson. Contemporary Concrete Buildings Contemporary Concrete Buildings - image 1 Contemporary Concrete Buildings - image 2 Contemporary Concrete Buildings - image 3 Elements of Architecture US$ Category: Books > Architecture & Design.
No longer the material of choice for just factories and industrial buildings, concrete is now fashionable and chic, adorning shops, restaurants, homes, and landscapes with its desirable, tactile surfaces.
This. In the last ten years, concrete has reemerged as a prime building material and is highly rated amongst architects - in particular the younger generation - because of its sculptural qualities and interesting.
Concrete Architecture looks at recent architectural projects that use concrete for a huge range of projects, and celebrates the intrinsic qualities of concrete in the places where we live, work, and play.
This book. Get this from a library. Concrete architecture. [Catherine Croft] -- Inspiration for architects and urban planners, this text presents a re-evaluation of a material finally coming into its own in the 21st century.
The word 'concrete' was used for the first time in by Bernard Forêst de Bélidor as a description for a mortar, in his book 'Architecture hydraulique'. The first ferroconcrete structures were built around. Heroic: Concrete Architecture and the New Boston by Bostonians Mark Pasnik, Michael Kubo and Chris Grimley (Monacelli Press) is a big, new, book-length argument that Boston City Hall and other much.
These days mid-century concrete architecture — Brutalism — has become the darling of architecture aficionados worldwide and the object of both popular and scholarly fascination. Admiration of the.
Detail in Contemporary Concrete Architecture. Detail in Contemporary Concrete Architecture provides analysis of both the technical and the aesthetic importance of details in modern concrete architecture.
An undulating, S-shaped interior wall guides the programs within this Brutalist-inspired concrete abode. In the city of Hsinchu in northern Taiwan, Taipei-based firm Yuan Architects designed. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm: Contents: Concrete Architecture List of Contents --Introduction pHOME.
Precast Concrete In Architecture book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(4). The publication in ofConcrete, The Vision of a New Architecturewas Peter Collins’s first significant contribution to the study of twentieth-century te tells the story of the exceptional .Concrete structures and architecture gets a well deserved study in the new Concrete book from mentioned in their release, “Concrete takes a fresh look at the world’s most versatile.
“I don’t think we should be using concrete at all,” says Barnabas Calder, historian of postwar architecture and author of Raw Concrete, a passionately argued book on the beauty of .