1. Exposed components: the dense pore structure ensures extremely resistant surfaces, increases service life and reduces maintenance costs of the load bearing structure.
2. Large spans: high compressive strength and rigidness enable slender concrete construction with wide spans.
3. Columns and beams: smaller cross-sections require less valuable space, thus increasing the usable area.
4. Slabs: reduced thickness allowing the separation of the supporting structure and building utilities, thus speeding up the construction process and facilitating later adjustments.
5. Parking garages: slim supporting structures simplify traffic routing, increase the number of parking bays and create more room height.
6. Stairways and elevator shafts: reduced wall thickness increases the usable area.