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Glass Design Innovations in Architecture

Glass Design Innovations in Architecture

 
In this heyday of glass architecture, many architects rely on pre-manufactured standardized glass components for their buildings. Dutch architect and engineer Mick Eekhout (born 1950), principal and founder of Dutch engineering firm Octatube, wishes to revive what was once a standard practice: architectural glass components designed specifically for the project they are intended to adorn. Illustrated with numerous examples, this book covers product development for glass facades, glass roofs and applications of cold-bent double-laminated glass. Eekhout shows how to design new glass components and their step-by-step development, from adventurous avant-garde projects to certified building components that enhance the specific character of a building. Examples include the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, Santanderís Glass Cube in Madrid and many others.
 
 
 
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