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عنوان: Reciprocal Frame Architecture
مؤلف: Olga Popovic Larsen
مترجم: -
ناشر: Architectural Press
سال انتشار: 2008
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تعداد صفحات: 208
شابک: 750682639
شابک(13): 9780750682633
مشخصات: x, 196 p. : chiefly col. ill. ; 25 cm.
رده بندی کنگره: NA2500
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چکیده
In structural terms reciprocal frame structures are 'three dimensional assemblies of mutually supporting beams'. But behind this definition lie some breathtakingly beautiful and complex structures at the heart of buildings both ancient and modern. This new book explores the principles of these apparently simple structures and demonstrates how they can be used in the context of a modern building.

Starting with historic designs by de Honnecourt, Da Vinci and Serlio, the book presents the wealth of possible RF morphologies, and investigates the geometrical, structural and practical design issues of reciprocal frames.

The case studies look at stunning examples of reciprocal frame architecture that range from low environmental impact buildings and self built examples in the UK and USA, to the fascinating and elegant structures of the Puppet Theatre in Seiwa, Tokyo's Spinning House, Sukiya -Yu house, The Toyoson Stonemason museum and the Life Sciences Laboratory - Torikabuto in Japan.

The book is designed to inform and inspire architects and structural engineers alike, and brings to life a structural system whose principles have been used for thousands of years.

* Simple introduction to the design principles of mutually supporting structures
* Explores the impact of structural choices on the aesthetic impact of a building
* Highly illustrated case studies from across the globe
 
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A home... dirt cheap!


A modified version of the rammed-earth technique for building earthern homes, the writers, a goofy, sincere hippie couple detail step-by-step how to build a house using feedbags of dirt. The book is not a home design fantasy volume full of glossy color photos, instead relying heavily on black and white photos and easy to understand, how-to illustrations. Being pioneers in this form of construction, the writers come up with their own ad-hoc terminology. They aim to keep things, "FQSS" (Fun, Quick, Simple and Solid) as opposed to "fqss" (frustrating, quarrelsome, slow and stupid) and employ techniques such as "dimpling undone diddles", "hard-assing", "bag-whacking" and "scooching". They don't stint on details and every stage of the construction project is carefully covered step-by-step.
The authors' assertion that a team of adults could produce four bags per person per hour seemed wildly optimistic (that's one feedbag every 15 minutes... sounds like a grueling pace to me, but then again, I've never attempted a project of this sort.)
Their lone building project, (aside from earthern walls and the like) is a small one-room structure in their backyard which looks very appealing in a hobbit-like way. It looks perfect as an artist's studio, or even a kid's clubhouse. The writers were deeply inspired by Nader Khalili (author of Ceramic Houses & Earth Architecture), having worked with him on previous projects.
You'd have to be extremely, extremely handy with home construction to attempt a project of your own of this sort, but doubtless there are some who will be inspired to try. For a prettier, even more compelling look at low-tech, low-impact building, check out Yurts: Living in the Round by Becky Kemery.
 
2009/01/26

Build a home or shelter that w


I've been looking at alternative building techniques and I have been intrigued by Earthships for quite some time. My biggest problem has been the lack of a hillside to build into. Since I live in a cold climate, I need to put the foundation of my building underground. Earthbag buildings offer the best solution to my problem, and they are a heck of a lot less labor-intensive than Earthships.

This book is very well-written with plenty of illustrations and photos to help you visualize the process of construction. From planning out on paper to implementing your ideas at the work site, this book has all you need to know to get started. Earthbag buildings are possibly the cheapest form of construction you are likely to find, and if you do it properly, they could last for centuries. This is an exciting idea for a anyone who wants to use sustainable materials which have very little impact on the environment.

I cannot recommend this book highly enough. Bravo to Hunter and Kiffmeyer for their wonderful contribution to this fantastically simple idea of construction.
 
2008/12/16

very helpful and fun to read i


organized, complete and very helpful! i am now building a house from earth bags and i use it much! everything it sais works!
 
2008/09/14

Excellent resource


This is our "go-to" book for very practical descriptions and diagrams of process and procedure. We are planning our new house, and are incorporating elements of off-grid solar/wind power, rainfall catchment, passive ventilation, and high-mass wall construction.

Nothing beats a hands-on experience, and if you can visit either the CalEarth site in California, or the Earthships site in New Mexico, you should. You get a much better understanding of the process of earthbuilding, and also of the finished product. Then, as you begin to plan to build, gather all the information you can. "Ceramic Houses" will give you great information on design principles and on philosophy; the Earthship books by Mike Reynolds give primo information on the plumbing and electrical systems, and in particular on rainfall catchment.

"Earthbag Building" however, remains our mainstay. Hunter gives such good detail, and provides excellent resource lists for materials, and also lovely line diagrams that are very clear and easy to follow. And to truly make her the Queen of Bag Building, if you e-mail her a reasonable question, she answers!
 
2008/05/06

Earthbag Building


I first checked this book out in the local library. It's a wealth of information, so I went to Amazon and bought two copies. I can recommend it highly to anyone interested in exploring this form of construction.
 
2008/01/07

 
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