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Introduction

Andrew Charleson

Andrew Charleson is an Associate Professor at the School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. A structural engineer with many years' earthquake engineering experience, he now teaches Structures. He has previously authored two books, Seismic Design for Architects and Structure as Architecture. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Structure as Architecture : A source book for architects and structural engineers

Routledge, 2015

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... Introduction Structure is columnar, planar, or a combination of these structure located on a building’s perimeter. Inside a building, which a designer can intentionally use to reinforce or suspended ceilings conceal beams, and vertical...

Structural detailing

Andrew Charleson

Andrew Charleson is an Associate Professor at the School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. A structural engineer with many years' earthquake engineering experience, he now teaches Structures. He has previously authored two books, Seismic Design for Architects and Structure as Architecture. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Structure as Architecture : A source book for architects and structural engineers

Routledge, 2015

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... Journal of Architectural shaping and finishing of members and their connections, this Education 45(3), 1992, 161–70. chapter explored how detailing makes significant architectural 11. A. W. Charleson, ‘Aesthetics of architectural...

Two building studies

Andrew Charleson

Andrew Charleson is an Associate Professor at the School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. A structural engineer with many years' earthquake engineering experience, he now teaches Structures. He has previously authored two books, Seismic Design for Architects and Structure as Architecture. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Structure as Architecture : A source book for architects and structural engineers

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... Two bui lding studies This chapter presents structural analyses of two very different National Stadium, Beijing buildings. Between them, they exemplify structure enriching most aspects and areas of architecture. These analyses Built...

Expressing architectural concepts

Andrew Charleson

Andrew Charleson is an Associate Professor at the School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. A structural engineer with many years' earthquake engineering experience, he now teaches Structures. He has previously authored two books, Seismic Design for Architects and Structure as Architecture. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Structure as Architecture : A source book for architects and structural engineers

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... Cooper, ‘Reinventing the institution’, Domus 830, Figure 11.56 2000, 49. 6. See A. W. Charleson, Seismic design for architects: outwitting the The exterior wall is structurally separated from the roof by glazing. quake, Oxford: Elsevier,...

Facilitating architectural qualities

Andrew Charleson

Andrew Charleson is an Associate Professor at the School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. A structural engineer with many years' earthquake engineering experience, he now teaches Structures. He has previously authored two books, Seismic Design for Architects and Structure as Architecture. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Structure as Architecture : A source book for architects and structural engineers

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... Faci l i tat ing architectural qual it ies Introduction can convey either a hint of roughness or extreme roughness by the treatment of its surface finish. Whereas the previous chapter explored how structure can emphasize architectural...

Building exterior

Andrew Charleson

Andrew Charleson is an Associate Professor at the School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. A structural engineer with many years' earthquake engineering experience, he now teaches Structures. He has previously authored two books, Seismic Design for Architects and Structure as Architecture. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Structure as Architecture : A source book for architects and structural engineers

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... Building ex ter ior Introduction In many urban locations site boundaries and recession planes determine architectural form. Particularly for medium- to high-rise buildings, economic and pragmatic necessity give rise to ubiquitous...

Conclusions

Andrew Charleson

Andrew Charleson is an Associate Professor at the School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. A structural engineer with many years' earthquake engineering experience, he now teaches Structures. He has previously authored two books, Seismic Design for Architects and Structure as Architecture. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Structure as Architecture : A source book for architects and structural engineers

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... Conclusions Introduction whether they have fully exploited structure. Does structure contribute explicitly to their architecture and help realize and The fact that most of the previous chapters in this book focus communicate their design...

Hidden structure

Andrew Charleson

Andrew Charleson is an Associate Professor at the School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. A structural engineer with many years' earthquake engineering experience, he now teaches Structures. He has previously authored two books, Seismic Design for Architects and Structure as Architecture. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Structure as Architecture : A source book for architects and structural engineers

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... Hidden str ucture Introduction architecture. Consideration of questions such as the how and why of structural hiddenness leads to an exploration of how This chapter completes the analytical section of the book. structure, even though...

Relationships between architectural and structural form

Andrew Charleson

Andrew Charleson is an Associate Professor at the School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. A structural engineer with many years' earthquake engineering experience, he now teaches Structures. He has previously authored two books, Seismic Design for Architects and Structure as Architecture. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Structure as Architecture : A source book for architects and structural engineers

Routledge, 2015

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... Although the architects did not intend to convey such a sense to resist horizontal forces from wind and earthquake. Refer to of restlessness, they would no doubt view this reading as A. W. Charleson, Seismic design for architects:...

Structure and light

Andrew Charleson

Andrew Charleson is an Associate Professor at the School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. A structural engineer with many years' earthquake engineering experience, he now teaches Structures. He has previously authored two books, Seismic Design for Architects and Structure as Architecture. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Structure as Architecture : A source book for architects and structural engineers

Routledge, 2015

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... Str ucture and l ig ht Introduction Contemporary structure, with its relative slenderness, and small plan ‘footprint’, can usually meet the need for Following the view that architectural space exists when it natural light...