In Latin America, concrete is one of the most prevalent building materials because of its simple ingredients, ability to be mixed on-site, relatively low cost, and resistance to bugs, mildew, or fire. But, it’s also a material that can be incredibly textural, fluid, and sturdy, creating everything from decorative features to structural elements. Here, we take a look at 8 homes throughout the Latin American region that have used concrete to the project’s benefit.
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