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06. June 2011

Concrete Construction (Bauen mit Beton)

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Klaus Bollinger

It is difficult to imagine today's architectural repertoire without free-form structures. Concrete offers many possibilities in terms of structure and design. Its physical properties make it easy to shape and allow many different surface treatments and coloring.

Proven construction methods allow for integrating building services. Also, concrete can be recycled nowadays and thus constributes significantly to sustainability in building culture.

The author uses concrete in many projects designed in his office. The aforementioned possibilites have been used in the projects presented below in various ways.