Four Post-War UK Buildings Given Heritage Status: The Spectrum Building / Foster + Partners. Image © Richard Davies
Simple pin connections using two plates for the attaching member and one at the column are typical for all connections. The plates vary in size in accordance with the members, which are sized according to the loads that they carry.
Covering of the Courtyard Carré des Arts in Mons / AgwA + Ney & Partners, © Marie-Françoise Plissart
Shanghai Expo The resolution and attachment of the tension members to the top of the mast is an important geometric problem to resolve.
Michael Hopkins - Schlumberger Cambridge Research Building
Elegant design of the BESISTA rod anchors with tension member system BESISTA
SCHLUMBERGER CAMBRIDGE RESEARCH CENTRE INTERMEDIATE ATTACHMENT TO COLUMN
There must be enough physical room to create the attachments and allow for the ironworkers to weld the plates to the mast.
SSEF - Fun is in the Details - Tensile Connections
detail steel construction compression rod - Szukaj w Google