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- SLABS TO COOL `GLASS ARCH.'. // ENR: Engineering News-Record;02/22/99, Vol. 242 Issue 8, p19
Focuses on the architecture of the ABC Arch building in Hamburg, Germany. Ventilation design and features of the building; Main contractor of the building.
- Innovations That Changed Building Design. Kuhl, Jackson // Calliope;Nov/Dec2013, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p16
The article presents information on various innovations that have revolutionized the architecture and constructions of buildings, which include iron and steel, arches, domes and concrete.
- A Taste of Home. // Interior Design;Oct2006, Vol. 77 Issue 12, p58
The article looks at the interior design of the break room at the House of Sweden, the country's embassy in Washington, D.C. It includes WingÃ¥rdh Arkitektkontor specified Jonas Bohlin's flirty skirted Liv pendant fixtures, Johannes Foersom and Peter Hiort-Lorenzen's eco-minded imprint chairs,...
- Arches. Farndon, John // Buildings & Transportation;2003, p21
Curved arches can take more weight than a lintel. The Romans were the first to use round arches, so they are called Romanesque arches. Roman arches have voussoirs and keystones. The posts supporting arches are called piers. Pointed arches were first used in Arab mosques like the Dome of the...
- New products. // Architectural Record;May1985, Vol. 173 Issue 6, p168
Presents information on several products for architecture that were featured at the West Week 1985 event in Los Angeles, California. Tux collection of indoor and outdoor chairs and tables from Furniture of the Twentieth Century; Aton Modular lighting system from Artemide Inc.; Network stacking...
- Church Chairs. // Your Church;Sep/Oct2000, Vol. 46 Issue 5, p30
Presents a list of U.S. furniture firms that provide chairs for churches.
- ARKINIAI METALINIAI TILTAI IR JÅ² KONSTRAVIMO YPATYBÄ–S. Skaržauskas, Valentinas // Town Planning & Architecture;Dec2004, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p175
Structures of an arch form are examples of durable maintenance. The same form (arch) was the best one and for the first metal bridges. Peculiarities of their design and span size depended on production of the seventeenth-nineteenth century metallurgists - iron, cast iron and steel. Later,...
- 1104. // History of Science & Technology;2004, p115
The article highlights an event relevant to the construction industry when the earliest pointed arch or ogive is used in the Romanesque Cathedral of Durham, England in 1104.
- THE PLANTAGENET STYLE. // Britain;Mar2011, Vol. 79 Issue 1, p86
The article discusses the emergence and flowering of Gothic architectural style in England during the Plantagenet era. The Gothic style is divided into three stylistic phases, Early English is the purest form with pointed arches, slender columns and tapering sphires, Decorated which is...