3 edition of Long-life loose-fit found in the catalog.
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Reimagining the Library of the Future. Second, the use of books and printed material — what many have assumed is the original purpose of the library — has never been lower. Long Life, Loose Fit. Change is a variable that can be accounted for in design. When spaces are configured with this in mind, they can more easily adapt to. Long Life, Loose Fit, Low Energy, Architecture Comment, Buildings, Architects, Images, News. Persistence of the Absurd: Stirling Prize Analysis The Future of Architecture – article for e-architect by Professor Gordon Murray. 11 Oct Stirling Prize Criticism. The Persistence of the Absurd. By Professor Gordon Murray. Newsletter.
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Design for Change builds on the measure that used to be called Long Life Loose Fit while more explicitly recognizing issues around resilience, design that anticipates climate change, and design that anticipates adaptive re-use. Some elements in the previous version of the Top Ten program have now been shifted around. Ahead of Their Time also advancing architectural education and our collective understanding of the characteristics of buildings with ‘long-life, loose-fit,’ ” she says. and why?” Fannon says. “We want to get the public engaged.” A natural follow-up to an exhibition would be a book or monograph that memorializes the work to.
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An introduction to the structure of biological molecules
Following the mystery man.
Loads of suspended sediment and nutrients from local nonpoint sources to the tidal Potomac River and Estuary, Maryland and Virginia, 1979-81 water years
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History of elementary education in England and Wales from 1800 to the present day
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Loose-Fit Architecture: Designing Buildings for Change. Long-life loose-fit book September/October Profile Volume 87 No 5 ISBN Central to the practice's work is the 'long-life, loose-fit' ethos, which considers the life of buildings beyond their immediate future.
The office also has a particular expertise in the creative reuse of historic. For us it’s quite simple. We try look at it as a ‘Long Life, Loose Fit’ approach.
We see it as trying to get as much from a building and the process of constructing it as possible. This applies not only to the lifetime of the building itself but also to the materials used to construct it.
Through the framework of Long Life + Loose Fit, the architect is storyteller: able to envision the histories surrounding a place and to imagine the future lives of buildings, to respect conception and legacy equally, and to appreciate the full life cycle of physical space.
Loose-Fit Architecture: Designing Buildings for Change September/October Profile Volume 87 No 5ISBN Guest-Edited by Alex Lifschutz The idea that a building is Long-life loose-fit book or complete on the day it opens its doors is hardwired into existing thinking about design, planning and construction.
But this ignores the unprecedented rate of social and technological : Alex Lifschutz. The meme for this approach is the three “L’s”: long life, loose fit, low impact. Long life means ensuring that the high energy-density materials required for the envelope/armature are built to last, say + years.
It is this part that we are predominantly re-loving when we recycle a building. Buy Long life, loose fit, low energy: An endorsement (Working paper) by Thring, James B (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
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LONG LIFE AND LOOSE FIT. Posted on Ap by johnbale. An RIBA President of the s (Sir Alex Gordon) coined the phrase ‘long life, loose fit, low energy’, as a maxim for good building.
I’ve always liked that, but few others seem to remember it. The low energy bit is now generally accepted, but the first two requirements (that.
Long life, loose fit, low energy In he wrote a paper for the RIBA on the future shape of architecture, in which he argued that buildings should be designed for Long life, loose fit, low : 25 FebruaryAyr, Scotland, UK.
Long Life, Loose Fit The CSL project restored a dilapidated brownfield to work in harmony with available resources while being sensitive to its native habitat. The project has transformed a once lifeless brownfield into an educational public garden, capable of sustaining a series of eco-regionally appropriate plant communities ranging from dry.
Buildings with hig h star ratings for long life, loose fit and low energy, repr esenting candidates for good architecture, s hould display a lower LCC profile when measured over a long time Author: Craig Langston. Minimising my carbon footprint, I decided to shun the bright lights of Copenhagen and take the opportunity to attend the NLA breakfast ‘Long Life, Loose Fit, Low Energy’.
Speakers Alex Lifschutz and Simon Allford spoke eloquently about this age-old concept as a method to solve the housing crisis and instil a more economical means of building.
Based around the original ideas set forth in. Lifschutz co-founded the firm (with the late Ian Davidson) inafter working for Foster Associates. It is now a strong practice. Central to the practice's work is the 'long-life, loose-fit' ethos, which considers the life of buildings beyond their immediate : Alex Lifschutz.
Green roofs have potential to improve the social and environmental performance of detached housing in Australia, yet often they are overlooked due to prohibitive capital cost and a range of other perceptions that are difficult to quantify. A classic evaluation problem is invoked that must balance short and long term benefits.
Using two distinct designs of the same floor area, green roof and. BOOKS & PEOPLE LONG LIFE, LOOSE FIT. RENEW 3 The Georgia Tech Library will enable people to explore the past and design the future by bringing together inspirational spaces, curated content, expert guidance, and scholarly communities.
VISION. RENEW 4. Long Life Loose Fit is a term that is permeating our profession with the goal to push architects to think long term about a building’s use. The purpose is to extend the life of buildings for future generations — and transcend the utilitarian and the fashionable — in order to create buildings that will always be valued, that people will identify with and wish to reuse and.
“Long life, loose fit, low energy — our mantra!” “An industry that maximises reuse of materials for construction and reconstruction, minimises waste and creates buildings that can be easily modified using simple materials.” “Cost—effective, environmentally sustainable, aesthetically appealing, functional spacesFile Size: 3MB.
long life and loose fit: footnotes Posted on May 3, by johnbale A friend has suggested that relatively new buildings are being demolished in order to be replaced by buildings that allow public companies to parade their environmental consciousness. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ( pages) Contents: About the Guest-Editor 05Alex Lifschutz Introduction Long Life, Loose Fit, Low Energy 06Alex Lifschutz Back to the Future The Everyday Built Environment in a Phase of Transition 18John Habraken Learning from the West Coast: Long-Termism and Change An Interview with Stewart Brand.
the 'long-life, loose-fit' ethos, which considers the life of buildings beyond their immediate future. The office also has a particular expertise in the creative reuse of historic buildings, from the Oxo Tower refurbishment of the s to a number of sensitive. Long Life, Loose Fit Presentation.
October 4, @ pm – pm Environmental Book Club: To Speak for the Trees May 14 @ pm – pm. Long life, loose fit, and low energy (Design Exchange) by Deborah Talbot | | Blog Here’s my article for Design Exchange on the tiny home movement.As long ago as Sir Alexander John Gordon in his role as President of the RIBA defined ‘good architecture’ as buildings that exhibit ‘long life, loose fit and low energy’ The backbone of these principles is spacial adaptability and flexibility.
Educational spaces are continually evolving. We have seen libraries loose their books and classrooms [ ].