Construction Matters: How Advances in Brick, Steel, and Concrete Changed Architecture

In an era of insane renderings and conceptual construction projects, Georg Windeck, an architect and teacher at Cooper Union, wanted to take a different look at technology’s relationship to visionary architecture. His forthcoming book Construction Matters examines how building tech and the craft of design coexist, spurring on on another
"People today are fooling around with terms, like post-modernism and new modernism, but the construction processes and materials we use today—we still build with reinforced concrete, we still build with steel framing—are the same as we used at the beginning of the modern movement," he says.

From Tulsa World 

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