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6.1
Standing or Sitting: The Water Pavilion at Carlo Scarpa’s Brion Memorial and its Restoration
It does not make sense to use the term “tomb” for the project built by Carlo Scarpa in San Vito di Altivole...
Standing or Sitting: The Water Pavilion at Carlo Scarpa’s Brion Memorial and its Restoration
5.2
The Static and Dynamic Interface: Mass Timber Rocking Wall Resilience
The Gemising results in the enhancement of productivity in construction have already beenIn 2010 and 2011, Christchurch,...
The Static and Dynamic Interface: Mass Timber Rocking Wall Resilience
5.1
Parallel Paths of Inquiry: Detailing for DFAB HOUSE
DFAB HOUSE, a multi‐technology demonstrator of digital fabrication in architecture, integrates six full‐scale...
Parallel Paths of Inquiry: Detailing for DFAB HOUSE
4.2
Interwoven: The Kolon One & Only Tower
The Kolon One & Only Tower in Seoul, South Korea is a new research laboratory, design studio, and corporate...
Interwoven: The Kolon One & Only Tower
4.2
Development of a Mono-Material Wood Wall System: Activating Digitally Fabricated Air Cavities for High-Performance Solid Timber Construction
The Mono-Material Wood Wall (MMWW) is a solid timber construction system combining traditional timber joinery techniques...
Development of a Mono-Material Wood Wall System: Activating Digitally Fabricated Air Cavities for High-Performance Solid Timber Construction