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An article published in the current issue of Building Ireland magazine, featuring some of our work alongside the talented and multi-award winning designer, Roisin Lafferty of Kingston | Lafferty Design.

The awards keep rolling in for Roisin Lafferty and her interior architecture and design company, K...

Leading architects—Tadao Ando, Herzog & de Meuron, Foster + Partners—are shunning steel and glass and bringing new meaning to the term "concrete jungle"

In New York City, many top architects have found inspiration for luxury in a rather humble material: concrete. Several projects popping up on the is...

Flexible concrete cloth has made possible the swooping shapes of this console designed by Portland-based Neal Aronowitz.

The Whorl Console is created using a patented material by UK company Concrete Canvas – a material formed from fabric impregnated with cement, which has previously been used to...

An article published in the architectural design magazine Dezeen, featuring some of our work at the award nominated St Declans Terrace.

A large sliding window set into the end wall of this extension to a terraced house in Dublin by Irish practice Architectural Farm is enclosed within a wooden frame t...

In this article we delve into the history books and discover how GFRC has evolved throughout time.

The concept of using fibres as reinforcement is not new. Fibres have been used as reinforcement since ancient times. Historically, horsehair was used in mortar and straw in mudbricks. In the 1900s, asbe...