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Posted by  Galateah on March 13, 2002 at 18:26:20:

In Reply to:  Inflatable Structures posted by Paul Malo on March 11, 2002 at 05:25:49:

I completely agree, 'inflatable architecture' is certainly nothing new, people have been doing it for decades. Actually there's tons of cool stuff on pneumatic structures out there, you just need to know the lingo ;) hehe. I did a studio project using pneumatics last year. Yea just look up pneumatics at your libary :) you'd be surprised.

Dent, Roger Nicholas. Principles of pneumatic architecture, 1971.
Herzog, Thomas, Dr. Prof. Pneumatic structures : a handbook of inflatable architecture / 1976.

I'd actually like to see more of this stuff around, its treated so lightly :) teehee..... right.

 
 
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