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paper architecture

Ingrid Siliakus dedicated herself to creating paper structures, an art known as 'paper architecture'. The first time he saw this technique was with a Japanese professor, Masahiro Catani, who developed a way to use leaves to make 3D structures, in the read more...

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excavations on site

Excavations on site

This article describes the Excavations on site, works that give rise to the esplanade below the initial grade of the land where to locate the foundation level. The problems derived from the exacation, the factors that intervene in the stability of the land, the slopes, the entivacones and the solutions to read more...

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zones

Actions on structures.

Actions on structures are divided into permanent, variable and accidental. The correct design of the structures will take them into account, since their function is to support them. The aim is to obtain a reliable structure, reliability being understood as a low percentage of failures. The relationship between reliability read more...

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Design of structures

Structure design, 5 things to consider.

The design of structures is essential when designing architecture. Advancing in concepts and typologies requires taking risks and proposing structures that are different from the usual models. In this post, 5 items are considered when designing a structure. Earthquake resistance In seismic zones, read more...

Composite sheet metal slabs

Composite sheet slabs are a type of composite slab that introduces a corrugated galvanized steel sheet and a compression layer of concrete. This sheet acts by avoiding the use of shoring in the slabs, since they are capable of completely supporting the concrete while it sets. Plus it's plate read more...