Concrete Fit for People: A Practical Introduction to a Bio-functional Eco-architecture for the Third Millennium A.D. focuses on the bio-functional eco-architecture of structures, including technologies, processes, and materials used in construction. The book first offers information on bio-functional eco-architecture and bio-functional checklist, including the origins of a style of architecture; tactile, atmospheric, educreational, and life supporting considerations; and maintenance and growth. The text also ponders on sculpcrete in eco-architecture, as well as sculpcrete methods, origins of sculpcrete, and materials. The manuscript discusses realization of eco-architecture, including satisfying visual, acoustic, atmospheric, and life supporting needs. The book also examines integrated bio-functional architecture, as well as mass-production of sandwich panels; architecture of a city in Saudi Arabia; design and architecture of a medical consultants residence in Perth, Australia; and structure and design of the library and resource center in Goomalling, Australia. The text is a dependable reference for readers interested in the bio-functional eco-architecture of structures.