Tag: White concrete
White concrete is popular with architects thanks to its pure, uniform appearance, offering a less brutal alternative to board-marked and raw concrete. It is created by combining materials with lower iron, chromium and manganese levels.
Recent examples of projects with white concrete include Daniel Libeskind's proposal for an art museum in Lithuania, a tiny chapel in rural Austria and three additions to a pair of 18th century French mansions (pictured). See more architecture using white concrete »
Thirty-six slender columns support the thin concrete canopy of this colonnade, which provides an outdoor events space for a house museum on Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula (+ slideshow). More »
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