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Shell and Spatial Structures conference, Bucharest, Romania, 2005

Shell and Spatial Structures conference, Bucharest, Romania, 2005

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  • 1. IASS2005 5-11 September 2005 REASSESSMENT OF LESSONS LEARNED FROM SHELLS FOR SPATIAL MULTI- STOREY STRUCTURES Maria BOSTENARU Istituto Universitario di Studi Superiori di Pavia ROSE School Italy
  • 2. Overview  Introduction  The engineering forms derived from the nave structure  The engineering forms derived from the metaphor of the nave  Conclusions
  • 3. Introduction  Lessons re-evaluated in light of new understanding – Traditional constructions which behaved in earthquakes better than modern buildings – ‚local seismic culture‘ – The urban way of life leaded to these improvements – Ex. timber structures
  • 4. The Engineering Forms Derived from the Nave Structure  dense inhabitation > multi-storey constructions  Coastal cities: building of naves – ‚industrial‘ work  Timber frame (Lisbon, Messina, Venice, Ionian islands, Istanbul, Germany, N France, England)  Ship structure – timber frame
  • 5. The Engineering Forms Derived from the Nave Structure: Lisbon
  • 6. The Engineering Forms Derived fro the Nave Structure: half-timber Germany England
  • 7. The Engineering Forms Derived from the Metaphor of the Nave
  • 8. The Engineering Forms Derived from the Metaphor of the Nave  Metaphor of the nave – Level of the facade – Level of interior space  France – Gothic  ‚nave structure‘  Frame-infill – bird-cage structure (like timber) – RC multi-storey structures  skeleton / infill – seismic codes – urban texture
  • 9. The Engineering Forms Derived from the Metaphor of the Nave Vienna
  • 10. The Engineering Forms Derived from the Metaphor of the Nave Frame and skeleton in the 20th century
  • 11. The Engineering Forms Derived from the Metaphor of the Nave  Sacral and residential programmes – exchange in architecural language – exchange in structural language
  • 12. The Engineering Forms Derived from the Metaphor of the Nave Arch. Ottokar Uhl Vienna
  • 13. The Engineering Forms Derived from the Metaphor of the Nave Romania
  • 14. The Engineering Forms Derived from the Metaphor of the Nave Cantilever Cassette-ceilings
  • 15. Conclusions  Urban way of life – Industrial work – Dense inhabitation  Adoption of a certain engineering type for multi-storey construction  Ships withstand lateral forces like waves > good seismic behaviour of the buildings they inspired  Timber indigenous techniques – engineering skills  The design of spatial structures is like a laboratory where the possibilities of the new material are researched  Lessons to be learned for RC
  • 16. Thank you!

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