Structure

 

Structure

  • Located in the Berkshires, the new dormitory building at the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health is a study in wood, glass, and concrete. Cypress cladding runs the length of the façade, and matching strips are worked into manually operated window shades for each guest room.

    Housing Tower at Kripalu Center

    Stockbridge, Mass./Peter Rose + Partners

     
  • Façade

    3.1 Phillip Lim Seoul Flagship

    Annual Design Review 2010: Play: Citation

     
  • Main entrance of 200 Fifth Avenue

    200 Fifth Avenue

    Annual Design Review 2010: Work: Award

     
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    Knight Wall Systems CI-Girt

    Knight Wall Systems Inc. has launched the CI-Girt, a rainscreen system that accommodates continuous rigid insulation on the exterior to increase a structure’s energy efficiency.

     
  • Knight Wall Systems has launched CI-Girt, a rainscreen system that accommodates continuous rigid insulation on the exterior to increase a structures energy efficiency. The adaptable system eliminates the need to manually cut and fit insulation around girts and allows for cladding attachment over continuous insulation. knightwallsystems.com; 509.262.0104.

    Knight Wall Systems CI-Girt

    Knight Wall Systems has launched the CI-Girt, a rainscreen system that accommodates continuous rigid insulation on the exterior to increase the structure’s energy efficiency.

     
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    Exhibit: "The Art of Structure," Carnegie Museum of Art

    Two shows demonstrate that structural engineers can build structures with emotive qualities.

     
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    Repeating Structural Node

    Gosdorf, Austria's Mur Nature Observation Tower shows off the digital fabrication chops of the young architecture firm Terrain:loenhart&mayr.

     
  • Structural Pillar

    The lone column standing in the plaza of Mario Botta's Bechtler Museum of Art is structurally necessary, but its girth is an illusion.

     
  • Some Fine Print

    Information and some background about ARCHITECT and Hanley Wood's new media association with the AIA.

     
  • Jordahls Anchor Channels, distributed by Decon USA, are embedded in concrete and used to securely transfer high loads for flexible connections of glazing panels to high-rise buildings, as well as elevator shafts, tunnel construction, and masonry connections. The channels provide anchoring without damaging a concrete structure or its reinforcement, require no welding or drilling, increase load capacity near reinforcement, and have a high capacity for static and dynamic loads. They come in cold-formed and hot-rolled profiles, in either hot-dipped galvanized or stainless steel. Welded-on rebar channels are available for small slab thicknesses or corner pieces. deconusa.com

    Jordahl Anchor Channels

    Distributed by Decon USA, these concrete channels provide anchoring for high loads without damaging the structure.

     
 
 
 
 

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