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Title: A STUDY ON FLEXIBILITY IN SHED STRUCTURES
Authors: NG CHING HSIUNG
Keywords: Architecture
Lim Ee Man, Joseph
Flexibility
Open plan
Shed
Issue Date: 22-Oct-2009
Citation: NG CHING HSIUNG (2009-10-22T04:29:34Z). A STUDY ON FLEXIBILITY IN SHED STRUCTURES. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Architecture today is by no means a static art form as technological advancement and economic change continuously affect the way people perceive and use space. Buildings face obsolescence with a change of use of use or new demands on space. Hertzberger contends that buildings should be built in a manner that enables different without the need to undergo major structural or architectural changes- a polyvalent form. Since modernism, open plan shed structures have been widely adapted to different uses. Hence the dissertation seeks to investigate the notion of flexibility manifested in these shed structures and attempt to understand the different strategies and ideology behind the creation of the flexible space in these structures. Keywords: Shed, Flexibility, Open Plan
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/223855
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