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Concrete: A Studio Design Guide

Author/EditorStacey, Michael (Author)
Publisher: RIBA Publishing
ISBN: 9781859463345
Pub Date10/11/2010
BindingPaperback
Pages216
Dimensions (mm)210(h) * 150(w)
Offers an introduction to the design potential of concrete and its vital role in contemporary architecture. This title mixes issues such as design, aesthetics, and sustainability, with technical content such as how to set out the design of a concrete structure, guides to the basic principles, and how to achieve many different concrete finishes.
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This is an informative, inspirational, and highly illustrated introduction to the design potential of concrete and its vital role in contemporary architecture. It mixes key issues such as design, aesthetics, and sustainability, with useful technical content such as how to set out the design of a concrete structure, guides to the basic principles (column sizes, slab thicknesses and types) and how to achieve many different concrete finishes. Accessibly written: this book will appeal to both students and junior practicing architects, and function as a handy guide for more senior architects too.

This is an informative, inspirational, and highly illustrated introduction to the design potential of concrete and its vital role in contemporary architecture. It mixes key issues such as design, aesthetics, and sustainability, with useful technical content such as how to set out the design of a concrete structure, guides to the basic principles (column sizes, slab thicknesses and types) and how to achieve many different concrete finishes. Accessibly written: this book will appeal to both students and junior practicing architects, and function as a handy guide for more senior architects too.

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