Concrete is a material that every specifier should have in their tool kit. It has the potential to solve design challenges, and produce aesthetic qualities no other material can achieve. The problem with specifying concrete is the word 'concrete'! As an instrument maker wouldn't go to the local hardware store to pick up some 'wood' to build a violin, a specifier should not plan to go into the world asking for 'concrete' to meet specific design challenges and reach certain aesthetic goals. How do you know what to specify?
To help answer the question of what to specify, we are developing a free Ebook series for Architects, Designers, and Specifiers. The first release is: 'Designer Concrete | Limitless Possibilities.' This publication is rich with photos that will help you understand the different finishes available and an overview of some of the more popular areas in which concrete is being used with high praise. Click here to be redirected to the page where you can view/download our newest publication.
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