The Capabilities of Concrete. Old World Charm in a New Material
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The Capabilities of Concrete. Old World Charm in a New Material

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The Capabilities of Concrete. Old World Charm in a New Material
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A GEM of old New England architecture reproduced in enduring concrete! Can you imagine such a house to-day, in England or America?

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