Crushed bricks recycled for a cave-like concert hall in Poland
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Located between the Torún’s old town, protected by the UNESCO, and the new development area of the city this building employs in a very special way two conventional materials: red bricks and white concrete. Each personify a specific historical age and corresponding architectural aesthetics. More precisely, classic red bricks recall the old town streetscape and ancient building’s façades. White concrete, instead, represents contemporary architecture. The two materials symbolically fusing the...