The first Cub covered just 27,000 square feet, a barebones operation built on concrete floors, cinderblock
walls and wooden shelves.
Small demolition, construction of 2 full cinderblock
walls (16 m2).
We constructed a small cinderblock
room with two open-air windows and many, many shelves.
In a downtown whose architectural patrimony has been thinned by periodic bouts of demolition, any building that stands apart from the cinderblock
crowd should not be discarded too readily.
Blood stained the concrete floor of what had been a cinderblock
building largely used to house chickens.
The school's 40-year-old cinderblock
gym will continue to be used for practice.
EF6 Inconceivable 319-379 Brick, stone and cinderblock
The so-called Great Wall of Studio City was unveiled on a 60-foot stretch of cinderblock
between the Studio City Hand Wash and an auto shop on Ventura Boulevard.
The early Palestinian camps in Damascus are now neighborhoods of fourand five-story cinderblock
In Haiti a storm surge of up to 6ft sent waves crashing into cinderblock
homes on the shoreline of Les Cayes, 95 miles west of the capital Port-au-Prince.
Just twenty-six inches past the pavilion's main entrance, he built a rough cinderblock
wall spanning the width of the building, so that visitors were completely barred from passing farther than this messy liminal zone, strewn with the detritus of the wall's construction and a now unenclosed toilet.
How in the world can anyone justify rounding up Palestinian citizens in 1948, putting them on trucks, moving them to internment camps to live in tents for the next 30 years (until cinderblock
shelters were built), and taking their homes, land, and lives from them?