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Construire en Voûtes minces

 

Les coques en voûtes sarrasines sont bon marché pour des objets à double courbure. La combinaison avec du béton armé est aussi possible, comme coffrage perdu.

Ces constructions sont abordables, modelables, légères (entre 70 et 100 kg/m2) et résistantes (dans certaines conditions elles peuvent supporter jusqu’à 2 tonnes au m2). Beaucoup de possibilités inexplorées attendent notre imagination.

Vivre, travailler ou marcher sous une coque est une expérience remarquable et probablement spirituelle… Pittet Artisans Sàrl - 1512 Chavannes-sur-Moudon - Suisse+41 21 907 82 44
artisans@pittet-artisan.ch

http://www.pittet-artisan.ch/art_voutes.asp

Voûtes minces en briques en Catalogne - Tile vaulting

http://www.block.arch.ethz.ch/projects/freeform-catalan-thin-tile-vaulting

100 Days of Freeform Timbrel Vaulting : This research project presents important advances in timbrel vaulting, made possible through innovation in form finding, guidework systems and construction methods.

http://vimeo.com/25703577

Tile vault test at MIT

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aQSOE48p24Q

Constructions en voûtes minces en Afrique - The vaulted systems for low-cost construction in Africa : The proposed tile vaulting building technique adopts an unreinforced masonry construction method with a 600 year tradition in the Mediterranean, where the bricks have traditionally been made from fired clay. [1] The technique is now combined with the local tradition in Africa of cement-stabilized, soil-pressed bricks, which use locally available soil. In this context, Social and economic concerns were jointly addressed with local leaders and in-habitants to ensure that the structure is relevant to the local culture and successfully implemented. The proposed vaulting technique has the potential to meet three primary objectives: to provide an environmentally-sound building solution using mainly local materials, to engender social cohesion and pride within the local communities by drawing upon traditional methods, and to stimulate economic growth by providing local jobs, while reducing dependence upon imported materials.

http://www.atdforum.org/IMG/pdf_BlockATDF2010.pdf

Cuba's art schools, an unfinished project that was commenced from 1961 to 1965. the schools of art were designed in the midst of early cuban utopianism.

http://humanthesis.blogspot.com/2008/02/cubas-national-art-schools.html

Cuba's forgotten Art Schools -The Book - Achitecte Ricardo Porro, Roberto Gottardi

http://www.revolutionofforms.com/

 

Construire sans béton, sans aciers et sans bois: voûtes minces en Ethiopie - The 'Sustainable Urban Dwelling Unit' (SUDU) in Ethiopia demonstrates that it is possible to construct multi-story buildings using only soil and stone. By combining timbrel vaults and compressed earth blocks, there is no need for steel, reinforced concrete or even wood to support floors, ceilings and roofs. The SUDU could be a game-changer for African cities, where population grows fast and building materials are scarce.

http://www.notechmagazine.com/2011/12/sustainable-urban-dwelling-unit-sudu.html

The SUDU (Sustainable Urban Dwelling Unit) – an applied research project for a low-income dwelling unit built with local materials and labor, led by Dirk Hebel – was built during the ETHiopia Urban Laboratory summer school workshop 2010

http://sudu1construction.wordpress.com/

 

 

 

 

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