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Featuring Steel

Featuring Steel

DETAIL: Featuring Steeel

Authors: Andrea Bruno, Klaus Bollinger, J. Michael Davies, Markus Feldmann, Manfred Feldmann, Federico M. Mazzolani ISBN: 978-3-920034-32-4

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Preface (extract)

Towards new behaviours

What would the history of the architecture of the 19th and 20th centuries be without the building materials iron and steel, without Joseph Paxton´s Crystal Palace in London, without the great railway terminals and bold bridge constructions, without the iconic steel structures and high rise buildings of the modern age? Even today, steel is often indispensable when it comes to particularly delicate, wide-spanning or geometrically complex constructions, while at the same time i is gaining increasing  importance in everyday architecture.

Contents

Imprint Preface

a. Positions

Steel, Still - Between Identity and Materiality Francis Rambert

Steel and Sustainability Llewellyn van Wyk Francisco Cardoso

Steel and Economics - The Benefits of Steel in Construction Gerard O´Sullivan

Design of Steel Structures and Building Physics Markus Feldmann

Conception of Steel Structures Klaus Bollinger, J. Michael Davies Manfred Grohmann, Sébastien Turcaud

Steel and Refurbishment Toma Berlanda, ANdrea Bruno, Pierre Engel, Federico M. Mazzolani

Steel – Process and Products Alexander Reichel, Gerald Schnell

b. Case studies

Case studies 1 to 25

c. Appendix

Project data Acknowledgment Index Intern links Picture Credits References Author´s CVs

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Cite: Andrew Rosenberg. "Featuring Steel" 01 Nov 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/76322/featuring-steel/> ISSN 0719-8884
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