Architecture Overview, Monsa by Joseph Maria Minguet

By Joseph Maria Minguet

Structure review КНИГИ ;ДИЗАЙН Автор: коллектив авторов Издательство: Instituto Monsa de Ediciones Год: 2006 Страниц: 254 Формат: DJVU Размер: 10.69 Мб ISBN: 84-96429-66-0 Язык: английский, испанский, португальскийОбзор наиболее выдающихся образцов из современной мировой архитектуры (построенных в XXI веке).Представлены жилые и офисные здания, а также некоторые промышленные здания и сооружения.Показаны внешний вид, интерьеры, планировки помещений...скачать с .com eighty five

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The residential towers also had laundry rooms and storage on the twentieth floor, located between the parking spiral and the apartments. The laundry room featured floor-to-ceiling glass and unobstructed city views. The helical parking structure provided 896 parking spaces, one for each apartment. The lowest two floors are steeper to hold cars before they are parked. From the fifth floor upwards the ramps slope at only 5 percent, a safer angle. The parking spaces were planned for valet parking, and a small hoist lift moves the car valets up and down the building quickly without using the central core elevators, which are not connected to the parking ramps.

44 Work on prefabrication exposed Goldberg to the relationship between labor unions and industrial building production. Historically, unions had resisted industrialization, fearing its impact on the building industry’s demand for labor. He found ways to build prefabricated houses with union agreements, including agreements with the American Federation of Labor ( AFL): We designed our production methods with various union agreements— with the carpenters unions, with the plumbers union. We had the first union agreements and the only union agreements in the country.

Study area in a two-bedroom model apartment at Marina City, Marina City (1959–1967), Bertrand Goldberg Associates, Chicago, IL. Hedrich-Blessing [photographer]. HB-23215-L3, Bertrand Goldberg Archive, Ryerson and Burnham Archives, The Art Institute of Chicago. Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago. © The Chicago History Museum 31. Apartment kitchen, Marina City (1959–1967), Bertrand Goldberg Associates, Chicago, IL. Hedrich-Blessing [photographer]. HB-23215-E2, Bertrand Goldberg Archive, Ryerson and Burnham Archives, The Art Institute of Chicago.

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