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Postby suzyuk » Sat May 17, 2008 2:23 pm

hi there! im an architecture student and currently designing a dance studio+theatre and i have trouble finding construction drawings..
a big curve ( like the prada shop in nyc by rem koolhaas) comes out of the top roof , the curve itself is made out of steel( steel frame, 3 bays of zinc?) timber cladding.. and just before the roof ( made of zinc) touches the curve( which is pushing out of the roof) glass is used to connect them. ( so zinc then glass on roof then the steel curve cladded in timber pushed out) sorry its hard to explain! i have to draw a detailed section! does anyone have any info on this?? please let me kno cuz i have no idea and im so lost although ive done alot of research
many thanks
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Postby LCL » Sat May 17, 2008 5:09 pm


Have you tride the AJ working details? Your campus library should have a set.

Hope this helps.

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