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© 2007

Scratching The Surface

New London Facades By London Architects

  • Authors
  • Structural solutions, materials, animated facades, intelligent and responsive facades

  • Guide to new London architecture

  • Exhibition July / August 2007, NLA-New London Architecture at the Building Block Centre in London

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Table of contents

  1. Projects

    1. Pages 158-163
    2. Pages 164-169
    3. Pages 170-175
    4. Pages 176-181
    5. Fat
      Pages 182-187
    6. Pages 200-205
    7. Pages 206-211
    8. Pages 218-223
    9. Pages 224-229
    10. Pages 236-241
    11. Pages 242-247
    12. Pages 254-259
    13. Pages 260-265

About this book

Introduction

New architecture in London presents a richly facetted range of contemporary urban designs. Social and political forces require more than just cosmetic packaging for new buildings. The façade as a public face plays a complex role here.

While facades used to perform a static, representative guide, the requirements today focus on communication and interactivity. “Scratching the Surface” surveys the current state of affairs and documents today’s technical possibilities.

The book – which can be used as a guide due to its handy format – shows state-of-the-art façade construction. Its detailed technical renderings are meant to appeal to architects, planners and architecture students as well as civil engineers interested in architecture.

Keywords

Architecture Facades Technology Guide

About the authors

ANDREW WATTS, born 1957. Over fifteen years experience working as an architect in facade and roofs detailing.

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