An Experimental Building Technique That Makes Concrete Look Like Skeletons
Casting concrete is as old as the Roman Empire—the Romans poured concrete to create their aqueducts—and even now it remains among the strongest, cheapest ways to erect a structure. But it isn’t without limitations. Creating complex concrete forms requires building an exact mold, complete with a non-stick mold medium and a cleaning agent. Reusable molds make constructing uniform buildings efficient enough, but if architect wants to...