Joel Han Shing

Joel Han Shing

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Taller de Diseño de Laminas de Presentación

Taller de Diseño de Laminas de Presentación

"Senior Sylvester Black, who built this model, employed the construction method that resembled the way Candela built his structures, meticulously laying narrow strips of wood across a wooden scaffold and then using epoxy to bind the wood strips together. When the epoxy dried he removed the scaffolding, just as Candela used to dismantle his full-size scaffolds to leave behind freestanding concrete vaults."

"Senior Sylvester Black, who built this model, employed the construction method that resembled the way Candela built his structures, meticulously laying narrow strips of wood across a wooden scaffold and then using epoxy to bind the wood strips together. When the epoxy dried he removed the scaffolding, just as Candela used to dismantle his full-size scaffolds to leave behind freestanding concrete vaults."

Gallery of Following the Principles of Félix Candela: An Experimental Wood Workshop in Chile - 2

Gallery of Following the Principles of Félix Candela: An Experimental Wood Workshop in Chile - 2

Espacios de Paz 2015: cinco ciudades, cinco comunidades, veinte colectivos de arquitectura,San Carlos / Manuel Manrique, "La Techada". Image © José Tomás Franco

Espacios de Paz 2015: cinco ciudades, cinco comunidades, veinte colectivos de arquitectura,San Carlos / Manuel Manrique, "La Techada". Image © José Tomás Franco

The Warren Cup is a unique silver Roman skyphos (or drinking cup) featuring two representations of homoerotic sexual acts. It was most probably commissioned from Greek craftsmen in 1-20 AD (or the first century AD in general) by a Roman client, perhaps during the Hellenising reign of Nero

The Warren Cup is a unique silver Roman skyphos (or drinking cup) featuring two representations of homoerotic sexual acts. It was most probably commissioned from Greek craftsmen in 1-20 AD (or the first century AD in general) by a Roman client, perhaps during the Hellenising reign of Nero