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- University of Miami School of Architecture in Coral Gables, USA (Arquitectonica)
- Twisted Valley Bridge in Alicante, Spain (Grupo Arena)
- Mary Help Church in Ko Samui, Thailand (Juti Architects)
- Lo Barnechea Municipal Building in Santiago, Chile (Gonzalo Mardones V Arquitectos)
- Cheetah Plains Lodge at Kruger National Park, South Africa (ARRCC)
After the Middle Ages, concrete fell into oblivion and was only rediscovered around 1700. Through constant further development and improvement, it became the most widely used building material of our time. New and innovative applications make it an incredibly valuable design tool for contemporary architectural concepts as its properties and appearances can be influenced by the respective mixture of components.
The creative potential is almost inexhaustible. As versatile as this malleable material presents itself, it requires the skill and passion of its planners to create esthetically convincing solutions. The publication shows the enormous relevance and inimitable fascination of concrete in impressive imagery and versed texts with all relevant facts.