Week 7 Lecture

Week 7 Lecture - Week7 17:02

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Week 7 17:02 Industrial revolution allows mass production of modern materials such as nails,  railroads, steel, steam engines Bessemer process (1855) Archiects stop becoming a producer of materials ad allowed them to focus  more on the assembly of materials Heavy timber framing/construction (opposed to lightweight used by almost all) Few corners as possible b/c it required vast amount of work Wooden pegging used in tenons Ex. Replica of fairbanks House, China Pavilion (shanghai Expo) Gave way to “balloon framing” in the 2 nd  quarter of the 19 th  century o Connections and parts are all the same, parts are closer Crystal Palace International Exposition, 1851 system of simple frames replicated linearly built around trees etc. basically massive greenhouse scale construction techniques embedded within larger systems Industrial Production Pre-industrial production o Single worker manufactures a single product
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