2 edition of Structural design in building conservation found in the catalog.
Structural design in building conservation
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||TH3301 .T54 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780415479455, 9780415479462, 9780203887257|
|LC Control Number||2011040939|
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Structural Design in Building Conservation deals with design issues and technical choices, showing how they. Structural Design in Building Conservation deals with design issues and technical choices, showing how they are integrated with the planning and architectural outcomes in a conservation project.
It brings together theory with current conservation technology, discussing the possibilities of structural details and strategies in architectural.
Structural interventions to historic buildings are however an integral part of the effort to select and update their design, historic and cultural values. Structural Structural design in building conservation book in Building Conservation deals with such design issues and shows how technical choices integrate with the planning and architectural outcomes in a conservation project.
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In each book, Michael Forsyth draws together chapters by leading architects, structural engineers and related professionals to reflect the interdisciplinary nature of conservation work.
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The text is excellently referenced throughout, and contains an extensive bibliography and a comprehensive index. This is an ambitious book that attempts to address architectural design, structural engineering and conservation : Dermot O'Dwyer.
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