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Posted by  BRUTUS on September 28, 2002 at 12:05:25:

In Reply to:  Re: pioneering structure-lamella structure-3D Honeycomb posted by Jacques Pochoy on September 28, 2002 at 11:03:18:

well a good deal of the follies has started with the introduction of the concrete as a building material during the french mandate ;-)
not to mention contemporary urban disasters,uncontrolable urban sprawl,deforestation,gradual extinction of the traditional architecture,cultural preplexitility about the true cultural identity(some define the red bricked gables as traditional architectural token for the lebanese architecture eventhough it was introduced from Marseille in the 18 century!) and lots of other domestic catastrophies that the locals are solely responsible for it,i am affraid that the students that you are betting on ,may arrive a little bit late for the event :-))
considering the structural problem with the 3D-H as a stretched curved planes that carries irregular stresses similar to the lamella domes or the geodesic domes,well it seems that i got mix them up with pioneering (vertical,horizontal,and oblique planes) eventhough the two methods are depending on repetetive module connected at critical joints,well this is my own folly,anyway thank you for the explanation

 
 
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