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Concrete House / Raw Architecture Workshop

Concrete House / Raw Architecture Workshop

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Text description provided by the architects. The project exposes the soft side of the concrete monolith, guiding viewers through an open family home full of natural light, mid-century furniture, art, and lush indoor greenery. 

Concrete House  / Raw Architecture Workshop - Exterior Photography
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Concrete House  / Raw Architecture Workshop - Exterior Photography
© Tarry + Perry

The raw surfaces of concrete walls, steel industrial fittings, leather antiques, and personal treasures change in colour and contrast depending on light levels, adding depth and texture to their surroundings.

Concrete House  / Raw Architecture Workshop - Exterior Photography
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Concrete House is the first building in the world to be built of advanced Fibre Reinforced Concrete, a durable anti-cracking material developed by Cemex and tested for thermal and structural properties by the University of Zurich.

Concrete House  / Raw Architecture Workshop - Interior Photography, Door, Stairs
© Tarry + Perry

The concrete’s fibre composition means it does not require reinforced steel bars to strengthen or hold the structure, making it the first concrete building in the world to be built without rebars in the walls. 

Concrete House  / Raw Architecture Workshop - Interior Photography
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Concrete House  / Raw Architecture Workshop - Interior Photography, Kitchen
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Concrete House was designed by RAW Architecture Workshop for Adrian and Megan Corrigall and their young family. A lover of concrete since his youth spent skating around Glasgow car parks, Adrian was also influenced by brutalist icons such as the Barbican, the National Theatre, and architect Louis Khan’s use of light to draw occupants through spaces. 

Concrete House  / Raw Architecture Workshop - Exterior Photography
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Cite: "Concrete House / Raw Architecture Workshop" 24 Apr 2022. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/959601/concrete-house-raw-architecture-workshop> ISSN 0719-8884

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