4 edition of Aluminum in modern architecture "60 found in the catalog.
Aluminum in modern architecture "60
Reynolds Metals Company.
|Other titles||International review of aluminum in modern architecture.|
|Statement||[editor: John Peter]|
|Contributions||Peter, John, 1917-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||116 p. :|
|Number of Pages||116|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Reynolds Metals Company. Aluminum in modern architecture ' Richmond, Va.: Reynolds, [©] (OCoLC) This book is evidence that architects and engineers today are thinking in aluminum instead of designing exclusively in terms of traditional materials.
And as the building industry becomes more familiar with the special qualities of aluminum, the years ahead should be a period of great invention -- a period with its own architectural and. Aluminum in Modern Architecture ' Reynolds Metals Co.; John Peter [Editor] 23 cm. Architecture, Modern -- 20th century.
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Aluminum has been a popular material for architects for close to a century, prized for its versatility and strength.
Its history as a building material is an interesting look at how a metal that was barely understood quickly revolutionized not only architecture, but many other industries as well. 60 Years Ago, The Modernist City of Brasília Was Built From Scratch The Brazilian capital is a case study in urban planning, full of triumphs and shortcomings By Stefanie Walde k.
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