Monday, 15th November → Precast architecture - Technical solutions

Advanced techniques in prefabricated concrete

Global growth and urban densification need ever growing material resources and energy. Local means culturally and socially more sustainable approach, applications of global knowledge and advanced techniques at the same time diminished use of energy for transport and material production.

The presentation shows built examples of material system applications with advanced techniques in concrete. Five case studies will show different approaches and ways of developing and making use of the advanced techniques in order to create durable geometries with strong presence and identity supporting the specific uses of the buildings.

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