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Ing. Tomáš Fremr, Ph.D.
In June 2018, a new and unique lookout tower by the world-famous architect Martin Rajniš was opened in the Prague municipal district Kyje. When designing the tower, maximum emphasis was placed on natural and renewable material use.
The lookout tower structure is constructed with 80 mm diameter acacia logs. The main supporting structure includes three legs where a spiral staircase is also suspended. The tower legs are made of a lattice structure in the shape of an elongated barrel. At the top, the legs are interconnected with three steel hoops and a triangular steel structure.
The tower is 23.5 m high with the observation platform located 20 metres above the ground elevation. The observation tower can hold up to 9 people during typical operations.
Rodentia SIA, Latvia
A timber roof structure was recently constructed over an existing amphitheatre in Jelgava, Latvia. The project located on Pasta Island serves as a multi-functional building for recreational, cultural and social activities.
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This single storey 1,100 m2 nursery school accommodates up to 70 children. The building property is also surrounded by playgrounds and other green spaces.
Indermühle Bauingenieure, Thun, Switzerland
The school building addition in Sutz-Lattrigen was built on the existing ground floor. This foundation was not designed to withstand a second storey. Therefore, the loads from the first floor and the additional second storey had to be designed as concentrated loads. In order to reduce weight but also for educational and sustainability reasons, timber was used in the construction of the new building.
Fire Tower, USA
AKT II, United Kingdom
PEC Structural Engineering, USA
Rodentia SIA, Latvia
A timber roof structure was recently constructed over an existing open-air ice rink in Jelgava, Latvia. The project located on Pasta Island serves as a multi-functional building for recreational, cultural and social activities.
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The recent trend in high-rise construction is clearly dominated by timber as the most ecological and environmentally friendly material. The project promoter Nexity Resolutely is committed to constructive building solutions with a reduced carbon footprint through various labels and certifications included in their several office and commercial timber projects. Among these is the Palazzo Meridia which is currently the tallest CLT office building in France. The Dlubal customer CBS-Lifteam was responsible for the planning, supply and installation of the timber structure.
Robbins Engineering, USA
Designed to store nearly 2 million library volumes and works of art, the University of Arkansas Library Annex in Fayetteville was built with cross-laminated timber (CLT) roofs, walls and floors, and glulam beams, columns and moment frames.
ASPECT Structural Engineers, Canada
Naikoon Contracting Ltd. announced their new global headquarters location in Vancouver, BC late 2018 with a grand opening in Spring 2019. The new office is centred around a set of stunning cross-laminated timber (CLT) stairs which utilize a profound gluing technology developed by Timber Structures 3.0 (TS3). This marked the first time TS3 has been used in North America.
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sblumer ZT GmbH, Austria
The CIMU - ILE DE SEGUIN is part of the cultural centre "La Seine Musicale" on Seguin Island (Ile Seguin) in Boulogne-Billancourt, a suburb of Paris. The CIMU houses a concert hall that can seat up to 1,150 people. The round facade is clad with glass on the outside.
Successful Project with RFEM and RSTAB
“The art project 'Solhjul' was designed with the programs RSTAB and RFEM. The great support by Dlubal Software contributed to the success of the project.”
Reduced Costs Thanks to Dlubal Software
“We could perform a very satisfying structural analysis of our project. We were able to reduce our material costs, we are excited.”