Each material has its specific characteristics which we must understand if we want to use it. This is no less true of steel and concrete.– Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
Thrown out a window.
Curb stomped on a concrete block.
Action tool. Scene – Rage
Reinforced concrete buildings are by nature skeletal buildings. No noodles nor armoured turrets. A construction of girders that carry the weight, and walls that carry no weight. That is to say, buildings consisting of skin and bones. – Ludwig Mies van der Rohe