Used in the construction of buildings for hundreds of years, concrete is as durable as it is ubiquitous. Edited by trained architect William Hall, this informative tome takes you on a tour of concrete architecture, showing the material's versatility through the lens of various projects. From the denseness of Brutalism to the airiness of modern works, from Le Corbusier to Hadid, it's both a worthwhile read and an ideal coffee table page-flipper.

Dimensions: 11 3/8" x 9 7/8" / Pages: 240

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