Concrete roof

Explore modern and stylish concrete roof design ideas to enhance the aesthetics of your building. Discover how concrete roofs can provide durability and a unique architectural touch to your home or commercial space.
Concrete architecture designed by famous architects | Tadao Ando to John Pawson and OMA, many architects and practices have been inspired to use concrete, it’s one the most versatile building materials available and has been used to create churches, homes, cultural buildings and even entire cities. We’ve scoured the globe from Japan to Mexico City, Chile to New York on our quest to present the best concrete architecture around the world #concrete #architecture Architects Wallpaper, Concrete Studio, Miami Architecture, Brickell City Centre, Studio Building, Roof Tops, Architecture School, Studio Build, Concrete Architecture

Concrete architecture: our pick of the finest

Concrete architecture designed by famous architects | Tadao Ando to John Pawson and OMA, many architects and practices have been inspired to use concrete, it’s one the most versatile building materials available and has been used to create churches, homes, cultural buildings and even entire cities. We’ve scoured the globe from Japan to Mexico City, Chile to New York on our quest to present the best concrete architecture around the world #concrete #architecture

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Seth Chase
Kuri at Chushinji Temple. A very Japanese style twist to a traditional function, in a traditional context. Japanese Architecture, Japanese Modern, Japanese Roof, Traditional Japanese Architecture, Temple Architecture, Japanese Architect, Concrete Roof, Roof Architecture, Roof Styles

Kuri at Chushinji Temple by Katsuhiro Miyamoto & Associates | Dezeen

Japanese architects Katsuhiro Miyamoto & Associates have completed the priest's quarters at a Buddhist temple in the mountains of Japan. Called Kuri, the project involved building a curved concrete roof, under which the timber-framed interior was constructed. The architects envisage that while the roof will last hundreds of years, the interior can be rebuilt to

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Christina Losey
roof terrace of the Loducca building in São Paulo by Triptyque Case Sotterranee, Architecture Cool, Detail Arsitektur, Concrete Staircase, Rooftop Design, Concrete Architecture, Glass Structure, Design Exterior, Architecture Exterior

Loducca building in São Paulo by Triptyque | Dezeen

Triptyque, a French-Brazilian architecture firm based in São Paulo, Brazil, have sent us a set of images of the building they designed for Loducca, a São Paulo advertising agency. The design is explained in detail with drawings and animations on the project's microsite. Update 20/11/07: Triptyque have just sent us this new information about the

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Jorge Escalante Pizarro