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Author: Cámara Pérez, Margarita
Compán Cardiel, Víctor Jesús
Sánchez Sánchez, José
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Estructuras de Edificación e Ingeniería del Terreno.
Date: 2013
Published in: Informes de la Construcción, 65 (532), 421-433.
Document type: Article
Abstract: En la última década, ha venido emergiendo un nuevo tipo de edificio en altura. Se trata de rascacielos inclinados u ondulados que, desafiando toda la lógica edificatoria que supone la conservación de la verticalidad, se convierten en auténticos hito...
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In the last decade, a new type of high rise building has been emerging. They are leaning or undulating skyscrapers which become real architectural icons by defying the building logic that the preservation of the vertical line implies. The acceptance of this last aspect is making emerge several works of this kind signed by some of the most influential architectural firms in the world. But, do these new involve works new structural concepts or strategies that answer to their singular characters? Here, the structural solution of two examples is analyzed to identify those contributions with a structural/architectural nature that could became a base for the development of this type. The use of the atrium is recognized as one of them. An assessment based on models of its influence on the structural behavior of leaning towers is carried out.
Cite: Cámara Pérez, M., Compan Cardiel, V.J. y Sanchez, J. (2013). El atrio como estrategia estructural en nuevos rascacielos que renuncian a la verticalidad: casos de estudio. Informes de la Construcción, 65 (532), 421-433.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/52234

DOI: 10.3989/ic.11.129

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