Waffle Slap Cross Section Reinforcement Detail in Reinforced Concrete Library
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Image 1 of 2 from gallery of Bamboo: A Viable Alternative to Steel Reinforcement?. Photograph by Professorship of Architecture and Con- struction Dirk E. Hebel, ETH 3) Zürich / FCL Singapore

Image 1 of 2 from gallery of Bamboo: A Viable Alternative to Steel Reinforcement?. Photograph by Professorship of Architecture and Con- struction Dirk E. Hebel, ETH 3) Zürich / FCL Singapore

concrete textile This new integration concrete - textile fibers allows to realize precisely elements, precast panels, etc. reduced thickness and therefore light, thin profiles and sandwich panels, shell structures, knitted rhomboid, also covers medium and large spans. A speech deserves the Concrete Canvas structures that allow you to make small artifacts and covers an impregnated conglomerate which hardens after being wet. It is waterproof and fire resistant. Easily transportable in packs

concrete textile This new integration concrete - textile fibers allows to realize precisely elements, precast panels, etc. reduced thickness and therefore light, thin profiles and sandwich panels, shell structures, knitted rhomboid, also covers medium and large spans. A speech deserves the Concrete Canvas structures that allow you to make small artifacts and covers an impregnated conglomerate which hardens after being wet. It is waterproof and fire resistant. Easily transportable in packs

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Reinforced concrete cast onto steel decking, supported by beams or load bearing walls.

Reinforced concrete cast onto steel decking, supported by beams or load bearing walls.

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Solo show at Sarah Cottier Gallery consisting of five columns, each inhabited by a selection of plant species native to Sydney.

Solo show at Sarah Cottier Gallery consisting of five columns, each inhabited by a selection of plant species native to Sydney.

Thin-shell, reinforced concrete, Hyberbolic-parabaloid ‘umbrella.’ Mexico, 1950s | Felix Candela

Thin-shell, reinforced concrete, Hyberbolic-parabaloid ‘umbrella.’ Mexico, 1950s | Felix Candela

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