Russell Gagg is Principal Lecturer and Course Leader in Interior Architecture and Design at Arts University Bournemouth, UK. Russell has worked in practice across the UK, Asia and Australasia on a diverse range of projects from leisure, commercial and retail to educational, correctional and residential. He is also an external examiner for Birmingham City University, and a member of the Interior Educators organization, a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and a Chartered Member of the Royal Institute of British Architects. Russell is the author of Basics Interior Architecture 05: Texture + Materials (2011). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
1st Proof Title: AVA - BI Architecture 05-Texture & Materials Black
In our contemporary world it is diffi cult to
imagine that there was a time when metals were
not used in the construction of buildings and
spaces. Steel and glass...
Writes: Architecture - General, Interior Design and Interior Architecture - General, Construction, Technology and Building Systems, Architectural Design and Design Process, Drawing and Presentation, Digital Architectural Design, Design - General Author of : Basics Architecture 02: Construction & Materiality, The Fundamentals of Architecture, Representational Techniques for Architecture, Basics Architecture 01: Representational Techniques Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Basics Architecture 02: Construction & Materiality
AVA Publishing SA, 2009
(AVA): Basics Architecture C + M TEXT
CD1008-172 / 3173 ~ 2nd Proof BLACK
Glass and steel 98 | 99
Glass and steel represent a manufactured form of
architecture; these are materials that are used frequently
in contemporary architecture...
Roger Plank PhD BSc(Eng) CEng FIStructE MICE
Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Sheffield
7.1 General description 84 7.7 Physical properties of steels 91
7.7.1 Stress–strain curve for simple tension
Michael Bussell BSc(Eng)
Formerly Ove Arup & Partners
5.1 Introduction 46
5.2 General description 46
5.2.1 Types of cast iron 46
5.2.2 Identification of cast iron 47
5.3 Historic cast iron 47
5.3.1 Sources 48