Common Multiple

Katharina Scharler, Mitja Bukovec, Christoph Holzinger, Andreas Trummer

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Abstract

This paper documents the approach to a new hybrid building structure. Due to climate change, people are becoming more conscious of the importance of using locally available resources and other goals such as erecting structures without a crane. The aim was to develop a visually appealing, low tech, earthquake resistant, lightweight structure. The structure focuses on using wooden stripes with minimal cross-sections and a textile membrane to stabilise its shape. A series of case studies resultedin maximum utilisation of material properties to minimise material thickness and the cross-sections.
Original languageEnglish
Pages456-463
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2019
EventIASS Symposium 2019: Form and Force - Barcelona, Spain
Duration: 7 Oct 201910 Oct 2019
http://congress.cimne.com/formandforce2019/frontal/default.asp

Conference

ConferenceIASS Symposium 2019
Abbreviated titleIASS 2019
CountrySpain
CityBarcelona
Period7/10/1910/10/19
Internet address

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Scharler, K., Bukovec, M., Holzinger, C., & Trummer, A. (2019). Common Multiple. 456-463. Paper presented at IASS Symposium 2019, Barcelona, Spain.

Common Multiple. / Scharler, Katharina; Bukovec, Mitja; Holzinger, Christoph; Trummer, Andreas.

2019. 456-463 Paper presented at IASS Symposium 2019, Barcelona, Spain.

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Scharler, K, Bukovec, M, Holzinger, C & Trummer, A 2019, 'Common Multiple' Paper presented at IASS Symposium 2019, Barcelona, Spain, 7/10/19 - 10/10/19, pp. 456-463.
Scharler K, Bukovec M, Holzinger C, Trummer A. Common Multiple. 2019. Paper presented at IASS Symposium 2019, Barcelona, Spain.
Scharler, Katharina ; Bukovec, Mitja ; Holzinger, Christoph ; Trummer, Andreas. / Common Multiple. Paper presented at IASS Symposium 2019, Barcelona, Spain.
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