Designing Tall Buildings: Structure as Architecture by Mark P. Sarkisian
The first of its kind, Designing Tall Tall is an accessible reference that guides you through the basic principles of high building design. Each chapter focuses on one central theme…
Designing Tall Buildings synopsis
The first of its kind, Designing Tall Tall is an accessible reference that guides you through the basic principles of high building design. Each chapter focuses on one central theme in the design of the long building, giving you a comprehensive view of the concepts of architecture and related structural engineering.
Mark P. Sarkisian provides clear definitions of technical terms and provides important equations to help you gradually develop your knowledge.
Subsequent chapters allow you to explore more complex applications, such as simulating nature. The projects derived from Skidmore, Owings and Merrill's massive marketing of built buildings, designed by many Sarkisian, show these concepts.
This book is recommended to consider the geological impact of a particular location and wind and seismic conditions. Using this knowledge and contextual analysis, you can identify the types of building solutions most suitable for the tower on this site.
You can then develop concepts and develop effective structural systems that are not only safe but also scalable and economical. Sarkisian also addresses the influence of nature in design, and encourages you to integrate the architecture and architecture of buildings with superior performance, sustainability, and aesthetic excellence..
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