ABSTRACT

Although the disciplines of architecture and structural engineering have both experienced their own historical development, their interaction has resulted in many fascinating and delightful structures. To take this interaction to a higher level, there is a need to stimulate the inventive and creative design of architectural structures and to persua

chapter |12 pages

A façade roadmap

ByU. Knaack

chapter |12 pages

Pier Luigi Nervi: Architecture as Challenge

ByM.A. Chiorino & C. Chiorino

chapter |16 pages

Emilio Pérez Piñero: Inventor of deployability

F. Escrig Pallarés
ByF. Escrig

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TECHNICAL CONTRIBUTIONS Mini-symposia & special sessions

chapter |8 pages

Merging seismic and fire design of timber buildings and potential and limitations on going high

ByB. Kasal, D. Kruse, N. Rüther & T. Polocoser

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Status of cross-laminated timber construction in North-America

ByS. Gagnon & E. Karacabeyli

chapter |8 pages

A review on seismic response of timber frames

ByH. Stamatopoulos & K.A. Malo

chapter |8 pages

Seismic design of CLT Buildings: Definition of the suitable q-factor by numerical and experimental procedures

ByL. Pozza, D. Trutalli, A. Polastri & A. Ceccotti

chapter |8 pages

Seismic design of timber buildings with a direct displacement-based design method

ByC. Loss, M. Piazza & D. Zonta

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Behaviour of moment connection in timber frameworks

ByA. Polastri, R. Tomasi, M. Piazza & I. Smith

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Seismic performance assessment of a timber log house

ByJ.M. Branco, P.B. Lourenço & C. Aranha

chapter |8 pages

Performance-based design for mid-rise wood constructions in Canada

ByC. Dagenais, S. Gagnon & R. Desjardins

chapter |8 pages

Predicting force flows in timber light-frame building superstructures

ByG. Doudak & I. Smith

chapter |9 pages

Wind design of timber buildings

ByI. Zisis & T. Stathopoulos

chapter |9 pages

Vibrations of timber floor beams with end restraints

ByK.A. Malo & J. Köhler

chapter |9 pages

Behavior of dowel-type timber connections under cyclic loading

ByS. Zhang, W. Wang, C. Huang & W. Wu

chapter |8 pages

Design and production of a heavy timber reaction frame for a laboratory test setup

ByM. Andreolli, P. Grossi, T. Sartori & R. Tomasi

chapter |7 pages

Glulam structures: some Portuguese case studies

ByA.O. Feio, P.J.S. Cruz & A. Pinto

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On the “tectonics” in architecture—between aesthetics and ethics

chapter |7 pages

The DNA of the avant-gardes

L. Enguita Mayo
ByL.E. Mayo

chapter |8 pages

Conceptual design of a pedestrian bridge by means of topology optimization

L. Frattari J.P. Dagg
ByL. Frattari, J.P. Dagg & G. Leoni

chapter |8 pages

The nature of tectonic architecture and structural design

ByA. Carter, P.H. Kirkegaard & R. Tyrrell

chapter |8 pages

Construction and form-finding of a post-formed timber grid-shell

ByS. Pone, S. Colabella, B. Parenti, D. Lancia, A. Fiore, B.D’Amico F. Portioli, R. Landolfo, M. D’Aniello & C. Ceraldi

chapter |8 pages

Félix Candela between philosophy and engineering: the meaning of shape

ByM. Savorra & G. Fabbrocino

chapter |8 pages

The Nervi system: between complexity and ethic

ByT. Iori & S. Poretti

chapter |5 pages

The school of bridges in Venice: teaching bridge design in an University of Architecture

ByA. Zanchettin, E. Siviero & E. Reccia

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Structural glass: Crossing borders

chapter |6 pages

Boosting European education on structural glass: COST action TU0905 training school

J. Belis C. Louter
ByJ. Belis, C. Louter, J. Neugebauer & J. Schneider

chapter |7 pages

Glass structures, from theory to practice

ByN. Emami

chapter |9 pages

Evaluation of the SLG method for applications with adhesive point-fixings

ByJ. Dispersyn, K. Calleyl & J. Belis

chapter |8 pages

Influence of various factors to mechanical properties of glued joint in glass

ByK. Machalická & M. Eliášová

chapter |6 pages

Cones made of glass for a new entrance of a museum

ByJ. Neugebauer

chapter |8 pages

Analytic models of adhesively bonded steel-glass beams

T.Fremr, M. Netusil & M. Eli
ByT. Fremr, M. Netusil & Eliášová

chapter |8 pages

Building integrated photovoltaic – new developments

ByG. Siebert & B. Siebert

chapter |7 pages

Stress corrosion parameters for glass with different edge finishing

M. Vandebroek C. Louter
ByM. Vandebroek, C. Louter, J. Dispersyn, D. Sonck & J. Belis

chapter |8 pages

Exploratory experimental investigations on post-tensioned structural glass beams

C. Louter J.H. Nielsen
ByC. Louter, J.H. Nielsen & J. Belis

chapter |9 pages

Experimental investigations and numerical modeling of point-fitted glass panes

ByM. Tibolt, O. Hechler & C. Odenbreit

chapter |8 pages

Reinforced glass connection - concept, test and detail

ByP.L. Carvalho, P.J.S. Cruz & F.A. Veer

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From open structures to the cladding of control: A critical call for current tectonic theories and practices in architecture

part |1 pages

From new tools and methods towards new tasks and ideals: The impact of technology and science in the post-war era

part |1 pages

Innovation in reciprocal structures

chapter |8 pages

Reciprocal systems based on planar elements

ByO. Baverel & A. Pugnale

chapter |8 pages

Reciprocal-frame structures – a digital design instrument

ByU. Thönnissen

chapter |8 pages

The proposal of an ancient technique for modern construction: a stone reciprocal structure

Maurizio Brocato
ByM. Brocato & L. Mondardini

chapter |8 pages

Efficient design and fabrication of free-form reciprocal structures

ByD. Parigi & P.H. Kirkegaard

chapter |5 pages

Static and kinematic formulation of planar reciprocal assemblies

ByD. Parigi & P.H. Kirkegaard

chapter |3 pages

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Innovation in timber

chapter |7 pages

Wood structures – versatility and innovation

ByF. Jensen

chapter |8 pages

Cross-laminated timber: driving forces and innovation

ByA. Falk

chapter |8 pages

The wooden cooling tower

ByE. Nozhova

chapter |7 pages

MonaLisa Wood Pavilion: poplar pl(a)ywood

ByG. Callegari, M. Sassone, A. Spinelli & R. Zanuttini

chapter |8 pages

Robustness issues for design of innovative timber structures

F. Hald, P.H. Kirkegaard & J.D. Sørensen ABSTRACT: Robustness of structural sy
ByF. Hald, P.H. Kirkegaard & J.D. Sørensen

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Principles in practice for the analysis, conservation and structural restoration of architectural heritage

chapter |14 pages

The ISCARSAH principles in practice

ByS.J. Kelley

chapter |12 pages

Physical evaluation of the endless column

ByR.A. Sofronie

chapter |8 pages

Dismantling of foundation system for conservation of masonry structures in Angkor, Cambodia

ByY. Iwasaki, Y. Akazawa, M. Fukuda, J. Nakazawa, K. Nakagawa, I. Shimoda & T. Nakagawa

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General contributions

chapter |8 pages

Life cycle assessment of Irish residential buildings and typical building envelope analysis

A. Armstrong & J. Goggins This paper presents findings of an environmental and economical life cycle as-
ByA. Armstrong & J. Goggins

chapter |7 pages

Proposals for intervention in obsolete building envelopes in Andalusia

ByM. Molina-Huelva, J.M. Rincón-Calderón & P. Fernández-Ans

chapter |8 pages

Integrated design applied in thermal retrofitting solutions for residential buildings

ByA. Ciutina, V. Ungureanu, D. Dubina & D. Grecea

part |1 pages

Computer and digital design tools

chapter |8 pages

Modular Construction Systems for Freeform Architecture

ByS. Schäfer, J. Reising, S. Abedini & A. Ljubas

chapter |8 pages

Seismic rehabilitation of RC structures – Case study: Educational building with GF+4 storey height regime

M.C. Calin, D. Iordan & C.S. Dragomir C.S. Dragomir
ByM.C. Calin, D. Iordan & C.S. Dragomir

chapter |9 pages

Architectural feedback in the structural optimization process

ByJ. Felkner, E. Chatzi & T. Kotnik

chapter |8 pages

Multimodal structural optimization for conceptual design

ByK. Martini

chapter |11 pages

Investigating a new material practice

ByM. Tamke, P. Nicholas, P. Ayres & M.R. Thomsen

chapter |8 pages

Structures for quality and quantity of natural light in architecture

ByS. Bica, M. Cristutiu & O. Micsa

chapter |6 pages

Performance assessment of mixed CFRP retrofitting solution for RC slabs

ByS.C. Floru , V. Stoian, T. Nagy-György, D. Dan & D. Diaconu

part |1 pages

Comprehension and complex forms

chapter |6 pages

Railway stations between infrastructural complexity and architectural form

ByE. Conticelli & S. Tondelli

chapter |7 pages

Tessellation of Islamic star patterns on complex forms

ByM.C. Fernández-Cabo & A. Casas-Pérez

part |2 pages

Parametric design and non-linear analysis of a large-scale deployable roof structure based on action origami

chapter |6 pages

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Architectural topology parametrically defined by digital manufacturing

ByM.G. del Valle Lajas & J.A. Diaz

chapter |8 pages

Virtual Reality as a multidisciplinary communication tool

ByL. Houck, R. Hassan, T.K. Thiis & K. Solheim

chapter |5 pages

Strucutral form as ornament

R. A. Opri܊a

part |1 pages

Concrete and masonry structures

chapter |8 pages

Technology of thin shells in the German Baroque

ByV. Compán, M. Cámara & J. Sánchez

chapter |8 pages

Control of conservation works for architectural heritage buildings by microseismic recordings and structural analysis

C.S. Dragomir A. DuĠu
ByC.S. Dragomir, A. Du u, C.S. Dragomir & E.S. Georgescu

chapter |8 pages

“Reticolatus”: An innovative reinforcement for irregular masonry. A numeric model

M. Paradiso & S. Galassi A. Borri
ByM. Paradiso, S. Galassi, A. Borri & D. Sinicropi

chapter |8 pages

Funicular forms and earthquake performance of low-strength masonry buildings

ByS. Rihal & J. Edmisten

chapter |8 pages

Load-bearing capacity of corroded reinforced concrete joists

ByJ. Vercher, E. Gil & A. Mas

chapter |7 pages

Determination of residual load-bearing capacity of existing masonry structures

ByJ. Witzany, T. Cejka & R. Zigler

chapter |8 pages

Fabric formed concrete structures and architectural elements

ByR.F. Pedreschi

chapter |8 pages

Application of the operational modal analysis method for the control of the intervention in the Roman Theatre (Cádiz, Spain)

ByP. Pachon, E. Rodriguez-Mayorga, J.F. Jimenez, V. Compan, A. Saez & E. Yanes

chapter |8 pages

An approach to patents of prestressed concrete in 20th Century’s architecture

M. P. Llorente Zurdo & J. Anaya Díaz M. de Miguel Sánchez
ByM.P.L. Zurdo, J.A. Díaz & M. de Miguel Sánchez

chapter |9 pages

Historical concrete structures in Romania and Italy. Exchange in building and conservation

M. Bostenaru Dan & C. O. Gociman
ByM.B. Dan & C.O. Gociman

part |1 pages

Emerging technologies

chapter |8 pages

Monitoring the recovery of the architectural heritage

P. Díaz Simal E. López Rodríguez E. López Burló
ByP.D. Simal, E.L. Rodríguez, E.L. Burló & J.L. Díaz

chapter |8 pages

The role of spontaneous construction for post-disaster housing

ByD. Félix, A. Feio, J.M. Branco & J.S. Machado

chapter |8 pages

Comparing the embodied energy of structural systems in parking garages

ByC.T. Griffin, L. Bynum, A. Green, S. Marandyuk, J. Namgung, A. Burkhardt & M. Hoffman

chapter |9 pages

Earth architecture: ancient and new methods for durability improvement

ByR. Eires, A. Camões & S. Jalali

chapter |5 pages

Daylight in interiors

L. Janeþková & D. Bošová

part |1 pages

Innovative architectural and structural design

chapter |7 pages

Design of adaptive structures by kinematic synthesis of mechanisms

ByY. Akgün, F. Maden & K. Korkmaz

chapter |8 pages

Prestressing: technique and innovation in 1950–1975 architecture

J. Anaya Díaz
ByJ.A. Díaz

chapter |8 pages

Diagrid structures: innovation and detailing

ByT.M. Boake

chapter |8 pages

Housing industrialization, success and failure, universal and local: Limits for housing globalization

A. Lopes Correia V. Murtinho
ByA.L. Correia, V. Murtinho & L.S. da Silva

chapter |8 pages

Innovative architectural and structural design to preserve historical centers

D. Félix & A. Feio J. M. Branco
ByD. Félix, A. Feio, J.M. Branco & J.S. Machado

chapter |8 pages

Sustainable design of a multistory welded steel structure located in a seismic area

ByM. Georgescu, V. Ungureanu & M. Szitar

chapter |8 pages

Concepts for a movable bridge

J. Hoáowaty

chapter |8 pages

Design of reconfigurable doubly-curved canopy structure

ByF. Maden, K. Korkmaz & Y. Akgün

chapter |8 pages

Natural structures and innovative design

ByN.O. Nawari & A.M. Gutierrez

chapter |8 pages

A new building system: Structural aspects of COTaCERO system

J. P. Valcárcel V. Hermo J.B. Rodriguez Cheda
ByJ.P. Valcárcel, V. Hermo & J.B.R. Cheda

chapter |8 pages

Hybrid structures. A case of a pedestrian bridge

ByT. Sophocleous, M.C. Phocas & A. Michael

chapter |8 pages

Origami based, deployable disaster relief shelter

ByS. Rihal

chapter 3|8 pages

Three–hinged structures in a historical perspective

ByL. Slivnik

chapter |9 pages

Dynamic design of slender footbridges

ByE. Caetano & A. Cunha

chapter |8 pages

Naturwall© - timber multifunctional systems in refurbishment sustainable process

ByA. Spinelli & G. Callegari

chapter |6 pages

Multi-objective search in the early phase of architectural design

ByT. Mendez Echenagucia, M. Sassone, P.A. Croset & A. Astolfi

chapter |8 pages

Using the laser scanning technology in the rehabilitation of existing buildings

ByS. Pescari, D. Dan & V. Stoian

chapter |8 pages

Computational morphogenesis in architecture: structure and light as a multi-objective design/optimization problem

A. Liuti A. Pugnale
ByA. Liuti, A. Pugnale & A. Erioli

chapter |8 pages

Form structure inte(g)ration

ByE. Mele & M. Toreno

chapter |6 pages

Nature-inspired structural optimization of freeform shells

ByF. Waimer, R. La Magna & J. Knippers

chapter |8 pages

An innovative proposal for a deployable shading system

ByM. Asefi, E.E. Salari, Sh. Valadi & Gh. Kouchenani

part |1 pages

Interdisciplinary work and educating architects and structural engineers

chapter |7 pages

Hybrid Architecture: Coupling structural understanding and architectural education

ByR. Balbo, T. Kocaturk & A. Veliz

chapter |8 pages

Teaching seismic and wind subjects to architecture students

ByI.K. Chang, M.P. Callahan, P. Lu, H.Y. Chan & S. Luong

chapter |7 pages

Design engineer construct: Building large scale structures

ByK. Dong & J. Feldman

chapter |9 pages

The interdisciplinary design studio – Identifying collaboration

ByK. Dong, J. Doerfler & T. Fowler

chapter |8 pages

Constructing by creative re-use of unexpected materials

ByP.L. Carvalho & P.J.S. Cruz

chapter |8 pages

Numerical models of a beam belonging to a tall building: errors and approximations within ordinary design

L. Sgambi & N. Basso R. Pavani
ByL. Sgambi, N. Basso, R. Pavani, E. Civelli, C.D. Meroni & M. Pagin

chapter |8 pages

Conceptual structural design: an important topic in architectural education

ByL. Sgambi, N. Basso & M.E. Codazzi

chapter |8 pages

The advantage of full-size construction as an educational tool in architecture education

ByJ. Siem, B.O. Braaten, B. Manum, P. Aalto & A. Gilberg

chapter |8 pages

Reframing structures: Frame experimentation in artistic studies

ByI. Vrouwe & B. Pak

part |1 pages

Lightweight and membrane structures

chapter |8 pages

Fold Here: Optimizing a disaster relief shelter with prototypes

ByR.M. Arens & E.P. Saliklis

chapter |7 pages

Deployable membrane structures: Design proposal for the scissors-type system

ByO.F. Avellaneda & R. Sastre

chapter |8 pages

Innovative solutions for ultra-lightweight textile shelters covering archaeological sites

ByA. Zanelli, E. Rosina, R. Maffei, G. Carra & P. Beccarelli

chapter |8 pages

Tree like structures and fractals

J. Sánchez Sánchez, F. Escrig P ez León
ByJ.S. Sánchez, F. Escrig & T.R. León

chapter |8 pages

Lightweight architecture: characteristics for an effective application in case of emergency

ByR. Maffei, A. Zanelli & P. Beccarelli

chapter |8 pages

Minimal-surface-T-connections in architecture

ByG.H. Filz

chapter |8 pages

Spaceplates building system

ByA. Romme, I. Sørvin & A. Bagger

chapter |8 pages

Qualitative investigation: efficiency of a membrane roof project

E. F. Nunes
ByE.F. Nunes, J.B.M. de Sousa Jr, A.M.S. de Freitas & B. Baier

chapter |7 pages

“Corogami Hut” case study

ByC. Wiebe

chapter |8 pages

Surface- and mesh-based approaches towards a materialization of architectural catenoids

ByG.H. Filz, S. Schiefer & Th. Stecher

chapter |6 pages

Temporary Reticulated Membrane at PS1

ByP.D. Endres

part |1 pages

Special structures

chapter |8 pages

Shapes and behavior of triangular grid structures. Current trends in architecture of the 21th Century

E. González Meza
ByE.G. Meza & J.A. Diaz

chapter |8 pages

Elevated pedestrian ways in Japan: A historical view

ByH. Isohata

chapter |8 pages

Building on planet Mars student project

ByA. Nussbaumer, P. Zurbruegg, S. Erkman & T. Besson

chapter |8 pages

Adaptable hybrid steel structures. Kinetic modeling and simulation study

ByM. Matheou, M.C. Phocas & E.G. Christoforou

chapter |8 pages

Analysis of Portadas de Feria subjected to wind loads incorporating nonlinearity of the guys

ByM.T. Rodríguez-León, J.S. Sánchez & F. Escrig

chapter |8 pages

Foundation Louis Vuitton: Exploring new structural typologies

A.M. Bordas Geli & M. Peiro Sendra
ByA.M.B. Geli & M.P. Sendra

part |1 pages

Steel and composite structures

chapter |8 pages

Specificity of shaping light gauge steel shells

ByJ. Abramczyk

chapter |8 pages

Numerical analysis of sliding rigid beam-column joints made from encased tubes for high-rise structures

A. Albareda Valls, J. Alentorn Puigcerver & J. Maristany Carreras
ByA.A. Valls, J.A. Puigcerver & J.M. Carreras

chapter |7 pages

Experimental and theoretical analysis of bridges with encased filler beams

ByV. Kvo ák, R. Vargová & P. Beke

chapter |8 pages

Shear connection of composite steel and concrete bridge trusses

ByM. Charvát & J. Machá ek

chapter |8 pages

Experimental study on steel-concrete shear walls with steel encased profiles retrofitted with FRP composites

ByD. Dan, A. Fabian, V. Stoian & T. Nagy-György

chapter |8 pages

The re-use of disassembled steel structures between architectural design and environmental sustainability

M. Pongiglione C. Calderini
ByM. Pongiglione, C. Calderini & A. Giachetta

chapter |8 pages

Great steel structures: the Italian post-war trial

ByM. Zordan & F. Fragnoli

chapter |9 pages

Required performance level of an existing building for over roofing

ByZs. Nagy & M. Cristu iu

chapter |9 pages

Innovative conception and design of structural systems for flexible floor spaces

ByC. Odenbreit, O. Hechler & M. Braun

chapter |8 pages

Double curved aluminum façade

ByK. Najjar

chapter |8 pages

Efficient solution for large motorways composite bridges

ByE. Petzek, L. Toma & E. Mete

chapter |9 pages

Technical solutions for rehabilitation of old arch bridges

E. Petzek, L. Toma & R. Băncilă

chapter |8 pages

Reconversion process of an old building into a modern commercial center

ByZs. Nagy & M. Cristu iu

chapter |8 pages

Adapting a historic truss viaduct to modern requirements

J. Hoáowaty

chapter |8 pages

Structural solutions for emergency architecture

ByT. Otilia-Alexandra & G.D. Mihai

part |1 pages

The borderline between architecture and structural engineering

chapter |8 pages

The challenges of structure in today’s architectural, economic and social context

A. Bernabeu Larena J. Bernabeu Larena
ByA.B. Larena & J.B. Larena

chapter |7 pages

Conceptual planning by the structural engineer

ByA. Gianoli

chapter |8 pages

2nd half of the 20thcentury

V. Antigüedad García & J. Anaya Díaz
ByV.A. García & J.A. Díaz

chapter |8 pages

A concrete prefabricated attic

ByC. Bocan

chapter |8 pages

The importance of engineers in the development of modern Spanish architecture: Alejandro de la Sota’s industrial architecture

M. Cabeza González & A. Soler Estrela
ByM.C. González & A.S. Estrela

chapter |8 pages

Architecture and engineering in the new leaning towers

ByM. Cámara, V. Compán & J. Sánchez

chapter |8 pages

Structure as architectural system

ByB. Corotis & A. Daringa

chapter |9 pages

A multi-performance comparison of long-span structural systems

ByC.T. Griffin, E. Douville, B. Thompson & M. Hoffman

chapter |9 pages

Timber framed masonry buildings, an earthquake resistance influenced architecture

A. Dutu J.Gomes Ferreira
ByA. Dutu, J.G. Ferreira & C.S. Dragomir

chapter |8 pages

Homeostatic patterns

ByA. Erioli, C. Giacobazzi & G. Castellazzi

chapter |8 pages

Engineers and the role of structures in architecture

ByB. Manum & D. Nilsen

chapter |8 pages

On the extension of graphical statics into the 3rd dimension

ByM. Schrems & T. Kotnik

chapter |10 pages

Architectural taming of infrastructure: interaction architect – structural engineers

ByR. Tarczewski & P. Ogielski

chapter |8 pages

New species of structures

ByJ. Pérez-Herreras

chapter |7 pages

The role of structures in daylighting retrofits for existing buildings

ByM. Sedor, C.T. Griffin & K. Konis

chapter |8 pages

Built environment sustainability – breaking the borderlines between architects and civil engineers

ByM.A. Szitar, T.O. Gheorghiu & D.M. Grecea

chapter |8 pages

Examining the architectural engineer

ByM.S. Uihlein

chapter |9 pages

Traditional and scientific knowledge for a sustainable vulnerability reduction of rural housing in Haiti

A. Caimi, H. Guillaud & O. Moles F. Vieux-Champagne
ByA. Caimi, H. Guillaud, O. Moles, F. Vieux-Champagne, P. Garnier, S. Grange, Y. Sieffert & L. Daudeville

chapter |10 pages

Experimental tests on steel members with variable I welded section

ByI.M. Cristutiu & D.L. Nunes

chapter |7 pages

Structuring geometry and abstraction of structures in architectural synthesis

Dž. Bijediü, R. ýahtareviü, S. Haliloviü

chapter |8 pages

Design of the Brasilia TV Tower

ByE.B.C. Azambuja & J.M.M. Sánchez

chapter |8 pages

Energy efficiency upgrading, architectural restyling and structural retrofit of modern buildings by means of “engineered” double skin façade

ByF. Feroldi, A. Marini, B. Badiani, G.A. Plizzari, E. Giuriani, P. Riva & A. Belleri

chapter |8 pages

Structural assessment of heritage architecture

ByM. Holicky & M. Sykora

chapter |8 pages

Structure and Architecture in the Design Studio

ByP.D. Endres & C. Wetzel

part |1 pages

The history of the relationship between architects and structural engineers

chapter |8 pages

Supporting modern architecture: sources for the Matosinhos Market structural design

J.P. Delgado & P. Tormenta Pinto
ByJ.P. Delgado & P.T. Pinto

chapter |8 pages

Prefabrication and standardization: Arne Jacobsen’s contribution

Y. Ortega Sanz
ByY.O. Sanz

chapter |9 pages

What is a steel construction?

ByF.R. Rosenberg

chapter |8 pages

Between Le Duc and Mérimée. Talking about Vézelay

A. R. Márquez de la Plata, J. Anaya Diaz & P. Cruz Franco
ByA.R.M. de la Plata, J.A. Diaz & P.C. Franco

chapter |8 pages

Anatomy of structures

ByF.H. Selmani

part |1 pages

The tectonic of architectural solutions

chapter |6 pages

AgwA architecture office: study cases on structure and architecture

ByH. Fallon & B. Vandenbulcke

chapter |8 pages

Viljo Revell: Tectonic structures

J. J. Ferrer Forés
ByJ.J.F. Forés

chapter |8 pages

Mies’ early American Work and the Tectonic Bond between Architecture and Structure

R. Serrano Avilés
ByR.S. Avilés

chapter |9 pages

Tectonics or reinforced concrete and timber and earthquake vulnerability

M. Bostenaru Dan
ByM.B. Dan

chapter |8 pages

AgwA architecture office: addressing structure in architecture competitions

ByH. Fallon & B. Vandenbulcke

chapter |8 pages

Towards an improved architectural quality in contemporary architecture

ByC. Kristensen & P.H. Kirkegaard

part |1 pages

The use of new materials

chapter |9 pages

Agricultural residues applications in contemporary building industry

ABSTRACT: The researchers here discuss the agricultural residues high potentials in architec-
ByH. Dahy & J. Knippers

chapter |6 pages

Light, colour, form and surface

ByC. Eckhardt

chapter |8 pages

How to build the future with limited and finite resources?

ByY. Sieffert, D. Daudon & J.-M. Huygen

chapter |8 pages

Thermal and energy refurbishment of university buildings using phase change materials

ByL.N. Gomes, M.S. Rodrigues, R.S. Vicente & T.R. Silva

part |1 pages

Timber structures

chapter |8 pages

Contribution to the fire resistance of timber construction using boards

ByM. Dufková & P. Kuklík

chapter |8 pages

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