- Author:Keith Willard
- Publisher:Creative Co (Sd); 1 edition (August 1, 1999)
- Pages:32 pages
- Subcategory:Arts Music & Photography
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ISBN13:9780886827199. Release Date:August 1999. Publisher:Creative Company, The. Length:32 Pages.
Designing the Future). 1568461666 (ISBN13: 9781568461663).
Examines the history, design, construction, and uses of skyscrapers and. Examines the history, design, construction, and uses of skyscrapers and describes some notable examples. Designing the Future).
Examines the history, design, construction, and uses of skyscrapers and describes some notable examples. Her work has earned wide critical acclaim, as well as gold and silver medals from the Society of Illustrators and the New York Art Director's Club.
The crisis in building design is already here, said Short. Policy makers think you can solve energy and building problems with gadgets. Short is calling for a sweeping reinvention of how skyscrapers and major public architecture are designed – to end the reliance on sealed buildings which exist solely via the ‘life support’ system of vast air conditioning units. Instead, he shows it is entirely possible to accommodate natural ventilation and cooling in large buildings by looking into the past, before the widespread introduction of air conditioning systems which were ‘relentlessly and aggressively promoted’ by inventor Willis Carrier and rival entrepreneurs.
The future of skyscrapers. Cities across the world have experienced explosive growth in the last half-century. The design of the tower aims to reduce the upfront material cost of the project as well. With extreme population increases and new and unanticipated travel burdens, environmentalists are beginning to fear the worst. New design philosophies have changed the way architects deal with high wind stress in supertall buildings.
Short regards glass, steel and air-conditioned skyscrapers as symbols of status . Of particular interest were those built to the designs of John Shaw Billings, including the first John Hopkins Hospital in the US city of Baltimore (1873-1889).
Short regards glass, steel and air-conditioned skyscrapers as symbols of status, rather than practical ways of meeting our requirements. So, the lines mean that Alan Short examined the works of John Shaw Billings, whose works influenced the designs of hospitals with great ventilation. So, the answer is: design(s).
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