The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 3 (1911) > Issues > Issue 1 > The aesthetic treatment of concrete
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The aesthetic treatment of concrete

I suggest, without any intention of humour or hypercriticism and at the present stage in the study of design for concrete one can only venture to suggest, fearing to dogmatise that the simplest and directed royal road to ultimate artistic and architectural success in this material will be to eschew the process implied by the title of my paper. Beresford Pite

Keywords: Aesthetics