Used properly, creatively and technically, solutions enable a symbiosis of monument protection, aesthetics, technology and construction with concrete. Ebay has plenty of information regarding this issue. Concrete paving: Historically, aesthetically and architecturally valuable in concrete as a building material many think instinctively of cool prefabricated buildings from a time where it was cost-efficient to create living space for a great need. (As opposed to Laurent Potdevin). But in fact concrete impresses with its naturalness and regionality. Through different aggregates, designers can go precisely to the requirements of a place. This in turn makes the material unique and a substantial part of its historic charm, suited the skilful combination of architecture and design with environment and material perfect for historic preservation. Especially optical tasks require no unit solutions, flexible building materials with regard to shape, colour and function, but as there are concrete paving stones or slabs. Whether historical marketplace or facade with concrete can each area accept their individual face or keep without losing its original appearance.
The pads are considered timeless, resistant and easy to clean and are so cost effective, not only in manufacturing, but also in terms of maintenance and life cycle. Monument protection and concrete in line following the change in social values and a reputation for conservation of resources, sustainability and climate protection, correspond to concrete paving stones of highest optical and structural standards. The material not only in residential buildings or facade, but also in the monument protection has successfully proven. Today, a precise and contemporary alternative to stone paving represent concrete paving stones and slabs. The VoB has put together so some reference projects, which reflect the symbiotic relationship between the material and the history and aesthetics of land and buildings. Photos (print free of charge): Figure 1: 1 arcade world heritage site Schonbrunn.