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Once very widely used in Parisian constructions, gypsum plaster (which had turned the French capital completely white in the seventeenth century) has declined substantially in use due to the advent of modern forms of concrete and building materials. As we are now re-examining our production methods in order to find more sustainable and less carbon-intensive solutions, ciguë’s architects have investigated the contemporary potential of this endemic material.