Concrete - mini format
- New, reimagined, and easy-to-use stylish size, Concrete takes a fresh look at the world's most versatile and abundant building material
- A visual exploration of the aesthetics of concrete architecture through 180 structures, from ancient Rome to the present day
- Collating fascinating and beautiful concrete buildings by some of the most celebrated architects of the last century, it features familiar projects from Le Corbusier and Frank Lloyd Wright alongside work from some of the leading lights of contemporary architecture including Zaha Hadid, Herzog & de Meuron
- Dimensions: 16.3 x 12.3cm
- 384 pages
About the author
William Hall trained at Central Saint Martins and began his career in the office of the minimalist architect John Pawson. Formerly a Design Director at Phaidon Press, Hall now runs his own design practice in London, working with clients such as Calvin Klein, Henry Moore Institute and Tate.
Leonard Koren has written and designed a number of books including Wabi-Sabi for Artists, Designers, Poets & Philosophers. In 1976, two years after studying architecture at UCLA, he founded WET, one of the premier avant-garde publications of the 1970s. He now consults on the subject of design, aesthetics, and communications. He lives in San Francisco.
290 x 250 mm
175 colour illustrations