The Savill Garden gridshell:Design and construction
Harris, R., Haskins, S. and Roynon, J., 2008. The Savill Garden gridshell:Design and construction. The Structural Engineer, 86 (17), pp. 27-34.
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The paper describes the design and construction of the roof and supporting structures to the Savill Building. The structure is a timber gridshell, a technique described in detail in previous papers1,2. The timber for the Savill Building was harvested from the surrounding woodland. The form of the roof was derived from a simple geometric shape; the analysis and design checks were carried out using the Eurocode. Construction details and process, which developed from the techniques established on earlier buildings, are described.
|Creators||Harris, R., Haskins, S. and Roynon, J.|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Architecture & Civil Engineering|
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