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Definition of Composite Column in Architecture

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Maggie’s Cancer Care Centre | MJP Architects Part 1/2 The structure supporting the steel and timber roof consists of 8 cruciform steel columns supporting longitudinal composite i-beams formed with channels. This enables the roof to float over a non loadbearing external envelope conceived as series of pieces of furniture which form alcoves capped by a continuous cornice. This gives rigidity to the whole assembly, and reflects daylight under the roof.

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Perhaps the most iconic of all classical orders; the ionic order. Plate XX from 'Le Ruines Plus Beaux des Monuments de la Grace' by Julien David LeRoy (1758).

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Definition of Composite Column in Architecture

In Classical architecture, a Composite column is a column style that combines the Ionic and the Corinthian orders of architecture.

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Sra Pou Vocational School / Architects Rudanko + Kankkunen

Sra Pou vocational school is a vocational training center and community building in Sra Pou village, Cambodia. The school is operated by Blue Tent NGO and the Sra Pou community. It was designed by Architects Rudanko + Kankkunen and built during...

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About the Classical Order of Architecture

In de Renaissance bouwden ze veel pilaren, die net leken op die van de Romeinen. Dit is 'De hernieuwde oriëntatie op het erfgoed van de klassieke oudheid'

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Definition of Composite Column in Architecture

Definition of Composite Columns in Architecture: Arch of Titus, Rome, Italy, with Composite Columns reconstructed from original 82 AD