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This article discusses some of the domes built during a period from the late 18th to the early 20th century when domes, mostly of iron, were designed with the aid of mechanically based theories of various degrees of sophistication. The preceding era, when domes were designed purely by empirical...
In building design, the task of the architect is to establish the optimum number, size, type and location of all elements of circulation, so that the overall circulation costs are minimised and circulation efficiency maximised. One method of achieving these objectives is by simulating the...
Architectural design is a problem solving process and with the growing acceptance of the principle of public participation it has become, at least ideally, a more democratic process than in the past. An effective design process requires communication between the architect and the client to...
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