Cover image for Substance, form and color through concrete. A discussion of the problem confronting the architects for the Shrine of the Sacred Heart at Washington, D.C.; how that problem was met; and what this solution means in terms of modern building.
Title:
Substance, form and color through concrete. A discussion of the problem confronting the architects for the Shrine of the Sacred Heart at Washington, D.C.; how that problem was met; and what this solution means in terms of modern building.
Author:
Atlas Portland Cement Company.
Publication Information:
New York city ; Chicago [etc.] : The Atlas Portland cement company [1924]
Physical Description:
22 pages, 2 l. including frontispiece, illustrations, plates. : plates. ; 36 x 28 cm
General Note:
Part of the illustrative material is colored.
Language:
English
Contents:
What concrete meant to the architect in the design of the Shrine of the Sacred Heart, as told by F. B. [i.e. V.] Murphy.--What concrete means to the craftsmen who are entrusted with interpreting architectural design, by J. J. Earley.
Format :
Book

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