Deployable Structures (Small architecture series) ペーパーバック – 2015/10/6
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Deployable structures are structures that can undergo major changes to their configuration through expansion, unfolding, and other means. In architecture, they can be used to create more flexible spaces or building elements that can adapt to changing functions or requirements. This book looks at the cutting edge of the subject, examining the different types of deployable structure, their materials and their properties. It also examines a variety of ways that such structures can be designed, drawing on natural processes and paper folding techniques. Filled with photographs, models, drawings and diagrams, the book is packed with inspirational ideas for architecture students and practitioners.
Esther Rivas Adrover has experience as an architectural practitioner and educator. After teaching Advanced Descriptive Geometry to architecture students in Spain she studied architecture at Oxford Brookes University where she later taught architectural design at degree and postgraduate level. Her interest in complex geometries led her to work for various practices including Zaha Hadid Architects, where she worked on projects in the UK and around the world. Her own art work has also been exhibited several times at the Royal Academy of Arts in London.