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Creating Transformational Spaces
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-09-23)
Introduction [Great Buildings & Structures that Made a Difference: The Crystal Palace, London, 1851]
Symposium introduction by the Dean of the College of Architecture, Steve French. "Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations", brief overview of the 1851 World's Fair exhibition, presented by Laura Hollengreen.
The Builders: Fox, Henderson and Company
Brian Bowen, Professor of the Practice of Building Construction, discusses the mobilization of the construction industry to assemble the cast iron and glass behemoth known as The Crystal Palace.
Industrial Materials and The Crystal Palace
Steve Usselman, Chair of the School of History, Technology, and Society, will provide critical information about the growing scope and efficiency of industrial production, particularly of coal and iron, which were critical ...
Performance: The Thermal Environment (Or, Keeping Cool)
Assistant Professor of Architecture, Jason Brown, assess the potentially challenging conditions for climate control for The Crystal Palace and its overall environmental performance.
Construction Logistics and Discussion
Brian Bowen, Professor of the Practice of Building Construction, discusses the logistics of The Crystal Palace's construction.
Materials and Structural Engineering
Professor Lawrence F. Kahn, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, discusses the structural engineering of The Crystal Palace.
Theoretical framework for determinants of A/E/C firm value, strategy and continuity: an analysis incorporating corporeal, volitional and knowledge assets
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-03-11)
This research project endeavors to frame a methodology that can be used to categorize firm value strategies (production logics) and choices of factor inputs (tangible and intangible assets), which are used to fuel production ...