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Architecture and construction in concrete

Kottas, Dimitris. (Author). Valles, Oriol. (Added Author). Bottura, Roberto. (Added Author). Ferguson, Naomi. (Editor).

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School of Architecture NA 4125 K68 2012 30007008868639 Stacks Available -

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  • ISBN: 9788415123255
  • ISBN: 8415123256
  • Physical Description: print
    277 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), plans ; 30 cm.
  • Publisher: Barcelona : Links, 2012

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Formatted Contents Note: Building with concrete -- Defects and deterioration of concrete -- Concrete protection and repair -- Concrete and agglomerate products -- Phaeno Science Center Wolfsburg ; Bergisel ski jump / Zaha Hadid Architects -- Blas House / Alberto Campo Baeza -- Mar Azul House / Besonias-Almeida-Kruk -- Villa Bio / Cloud 9 -- Kindergartens Zentral I and II / Ken Architekten -- The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe / Eisenman Architects -- (C)space DRL10 Pavilion / Alan Dempsey & Alvin Huang -- Housing at Encinar de los Reyes / Aranguren + Gallegos & Herrada + Maiz -- House H / Bevk Perovic Architects -- Vigo University campus / Miralles Tagliabue - EMBT -- Cube Tower / Carme Pinós -- Seifert House / Michael Shamiyeh-Bau Kultur -- Transtreet G / Shuhei Endo -- NMR facilities / UN Studio van Berkel & Bos -- Casar de Cáceres sub-regional bus station / Justo García Rubio -- Poli House / Pezo von Ellrichshausen Architects -- Bench / Designliga -- Y House / Kei ichi Irie + Power Unit Studio -- Eleven Women House / Mathias Klotz (Klotz & Assoc.)
Summary, etc.: This volume is bursting with fantastically innovative ideas for using concrete in architecture. The proposals demonstrate how concrete, perhaps the most common of construction materials, can create highly original buildings with beautiful finishes that integrate with their surroundings, as well as provide aesthetically pleasing complements to our urban environments. Full-color photographs and detailed explanatory texts allow readers to clearly understand how each project was put together. This is a publication that no professional in the field should do without.
Subject: Concrete construction
Architecture|vDesigns and plans
Architecture, Modern 21st century

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