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The Sixth Order - The Architecture of Concrete

MEMBERS of the Institution are undoubtedly keenly interested in the development of concrete construction. More general acceptance of concrete as a building material and a wider application of its use would be viewed by many as a desirable event. Some there may be who believe that world changes have already brought about conditions favourable to its early acceptance, not merely as a valuable contribution to all manner of construction, but as the chief medium of building. D.T. Lloyd Jones

Author(s): Jones, D T Lloyd

Keywords: architecture;history;reviews;concrete;aesthetics