Bending the rules
A team of architecture and engineering students at the University of East London (UEL) has created a unique new structure out of a rather unusual building material. The 3m high slender saddlebacked arch recently unveiled on the waterfront of UEL's Docklands campus is made from individually shaped curved concrete tiles created from sewage sludge.
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