Lessons for students in architecture by Herman Hertzberger

By Herman Hertzberger

This ia a huge elaboration of the esteemed Dutch architect's lectures, given seeing that 1973 at Delt college, crafted through the architect himself. it's divided into 3 components: Public area, Making house Leaving house, and alluring shape. greater than 750 illustrations supply huge perception into Hertberger's "library"- in addition to to these assets within which he unearths proposal. A publication that might offer concept to somebody drawn to layout and structure.

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1 Introduction So far as building materials are concerned the interest in the precision of test methods often was a rather theoretical one in former years: The actual quality was considerably above requirements, the materials were not exported to other countries and they were tested always by the same laboratories well known to the customers. Today, in some cases, production has become so uniform, that precision of testing is no longer better than uniformity of production. On the other side the product should exceed requirements only as much as necessary for economical reasons; but because of the new legal regulations concerning product realiability, it should never fail to meet the requirements.

Frequent exercise and continuous comparisons are also a pre-requisite for attaining and maintaining a high quality in testing. This is demonstrated using the experiences reported at the Rilem-Workshop “Evaluation of Cement and Concrete Laboratory Performance” 1989 in Tel Aviv. When testing cement for strength the deviations between well equipped laboratories may be twice that of laboratories which test very frequently and are connected by frequent comparative tests. 1 Introduction So far as building materials are concerned the interest in the precision of test methods often was a rather theoretical one in former years: The actual quality was considerably above requirements, the materials were not exported to other countries and they were tested always by the same laboratories well known to the customers.

A partir de ces essais on met généralement au point des modèles théoriques qui permettent ensuite dans l’étude de projets de se dispenser de faire des essais que d’ailleurs on ne pourrait pas faire puisqu’à ce stade le bâtiment n’est pas encore construit et qu’on imagine mal de faire un bâtiment prototype comme cela se pratique couramment dans l’industrie automobile. Ces modèles se présentent en général sous la forme de méthodes de calcul, parfois sous la forme de tableaux de valeurs. Ils permettent de déterminer les caractéristiques à donner aux ouvrages.

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