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Future masonry applications

The National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. has a new exhibit that looks at future applications for masonry materials. Masonry encompasses some of the world’s oldest building materials including stone, tile, brick, and concrete block.

The “Masonry Variations” exhibit includes design concepts by different architects that showcase the versatility of masonry. The show includes a translucent marble curtain made from 600 interlocking pieces and a sculpture based on sound waves but made from autoclaved aerated concrete.

Source: National Building Museum

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