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BMB-BET Moselle Bois, Saint Julien Lès Metz, France
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Via della Cooperazione, 163-167
38123 Trento, Italy
In 2017, Torrone manufacturer in Dolo (VE) and owner of the former "Locanda alla Posta" inn Scaldaferro contracted Ri-Legno S.r.l., a leading company in timber reconstruction, to address the building's 17 m x 16 m timber roof.
Studio Ergodomus Timber Engineering
Loc. Fratte, 18/4
38057 Pergine Valsugana, Italy
VisLab, a start-up at the University of Parma, is a global leader in autonomous driving systems development for various vehicle types. The American company Ambarella became aware of VisLab’s mission in a rapidly developing area characterized by strong competition and decided to strategically acquire the company. As a result, a new headquarter location to accommodate this research was required. Ambarella preferred the research center to remain on University of Parma’s campus in Italy.
Indermühle Bauingenieure, Switzerland
After 2 1/2 + years of construction, the world’s highest 3S cableway "Matterhorn glacier ride" was opened at the end of September 2018. The $55 million project was developed to increase passenger capacity to the Klein Matterhorn sitting at an altitude of 12802 ft. Additionally, it’s now possible to keep the service running when performing maintenance work to the existing tramway.
A kindergarten, designed according to Building Information Modeling (BIM), is currently under construction in the Tyrolean municipality of Schwoich. The digital 3D model accompanies the construction project from design until completion.
The architectural planning has been performed with Autodesk Revit. The structural model, including cross-sections, materials, loads, etc., has been exported to RFEM with the direct interface and designed there.
Ing. Zbyněk Šrůtek (timber, steel, membrane)
Česká Skalice, Czech Republic
Ing. Pavel Kocourek (steel)
Ing. Jana Divíšková (foundation)
Prague, Czech Republic
At the beginning of December 2016, a giant wooden airship “suspended” above the Centre for Contemporary Art in Prague, Czech Republic, has been opened to the public.
The unique airship structure made of timber and steel has been named “Gulliver” and, just like the early zeppelins, it represents the eternal human desire to fly and a certain utopian ideal. Gulliver will serve as a space for literature events related to the themes of DOX’s exhibitions. These exhibitions are characterized by critical reflection on the situation of our contemporary world.
Design, Structural and Construction Planning
Schaffitzel+Miebach Faszination Brücken GmbH, Lohmar, Germany
Since May 2013, a new S-shaped pylon bridge meanders across the Agger river near Lohmar, a town in West Germany. Due to its curving shape, the bridge reflecting the course of the river is perfectly integrated into the landscape.
Load Application, Structural Analysis & Design
Leonhardt, Andrä und Partner, Stuttgart, Germany
Structural Planning of Timber Construction
Fast + Epp GmbH, Darmstadt, Germany
One of the world's longest timber bridges has been built in Anaklia, a climatic spa town on the Eastern shore of the Black Sea. In the beginning of 2012, its construction was completed. It is more than 500 m long and connects the hotel and port area with a coastal area that is so far almost unused but will be developed for tourism in the next years.
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