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European Steel Design Award 2007 – Austria

European Steel Design Award 2007 – Austria 11_042-050_Taras (SC5) 13.08.2008 16:17 Uhr Seite 50 A. Taras/R. Greiner · Development of consistent buckling curves for torsional and lateral-torsional buckling European Steel Design Award 2007 – canyon, Zlote Tarasy combines nature Austria with retail and entertainment. It consists of two office buildings (including one Zlote Tarasy over 100 metres high), an eight screen Mixed-used retail development cinema, a three storey shopping mall Start Date: November 1998 and a four storey underground car park. Completion Date: February 2007 The centre of Zlote Tarasy is protected Owner: ING Real Estate from Warsaw’s weather by a 10500 m Architects: Jerde Partnership Internatio- free-form glass roof which, unique in its nal (design), Epstein Sp. z o.o. (execu- shape and construction, provided the tion) Engineers: IG Bau Ingenieure, greatest design challenge for Arup. Zenkner & Handel (structure), Ove The use of Arup software and a com- Arup & Partners Poland (contract) mon electronic model of the roof was of Steelwork Contractors: Waagner-Biro AG huge benefit, allowing the project team (www.waagner-biro.at) (though based in five different countries) to work together on the model allowing The Zlote Tarasy complex is a 207000 m complexities to be quickly resolved. mixed-use development in the centre of This atriumroof has a complex geo- Warsaw. Arup provided structural, acous- metry which delivers the vision of cou- tic, geotechnical, civil and traffic engin- rageous architecture; this would not have eering design, pedestrian modelling, sus- been possible with any material other tainability and building physics services than steel. Though the connections seem for the state of the art facility. simple and repetitive, they skilfully adapt The complex is interwoven with a to the various configurations generated ‘basket-weave’ circulation plan, intended by the flowing curves of this netlike roof to create a synergistic environment for which unites the different parts of the visitors.Designed as a lively, multi-leveled project and gives them their identity. (Photos: A. Sütterlin – M. Czajkowski) 50 Steel Construction 1 (2008), Issue 1 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Steel Construction: Design and Research Wiley

European Steel Design Award 2007 – Austria

Steel Construction: Design and Research , Volume 1 (1) – Sep 1, 2008

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1867-0520
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11_042-050_Taras (SC5) 13.08.2008 16:17 Uhr Seite 50 A. Taras/R. Greiner · Development of consistent buckling curves for torsional and lateral-torsional buckling European Steel Design Award 2007 – canyon, Zlote Tarasy combines nature Austria with retail and entertainment. It consists of two office buildings (including one Zlote Tarasy over 100 metres high), an eight screen Mixed-used retail development cinema, a three storey shopping mall Start Date: November 1998 and a four storey underground car park. Completion Date: February 2007 The centre of Zlote Tarasy is protected Owner: ING Real Estate from Warsaw’s weather by a 10500 m Architects: Jerde Partnership Internatio- free-form glass roof which, unique in its nal (design), Epstein Sp. z o.o. (execu- shape and construction, provided the tion) Engineers: IG Bau Ingenieure, greatest design challenge for Arup. Zenkner & Handel (structure), Ove The use of Arup software and a com- Arup & Partners Poland (contract) mon electronic model of the roof was of Steelwork Contractors: Waagner-Biro AG huge benefit, allowing the project team (www.waagner-biro.at) (though based in five different countries) to work together on the model allowing The Zlote Tarasy complex is a 207000 m complexities to be quickly resolved. mixed-use development in the centre of This atriumroof has a complex geo- Warsaw. Arup provided structural, acous- metry which delivers the vision of cou- tic, geotechnical, civil and traffic engin- rageous architecture; this would not have eering design, pedestrian modelling, sus- been possible with any material other tainability and building physics services than steel. Though the connections seem for the state of the art facility. simple and repetitive, they skilfully adapt The complex is interwoven with a to the various configurations generated ‘basket-weave’ circulation plan, intended by the flowing curves of this netlike roof to create a synergistic environment for which unites the different parts of the visitors.Designed as a lively, multi-leveled project and gives them their identity. (Photos: A. Sütterlin – M. Czajkowski) 50 Steel Construction 1 (2008), Issue 1

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Published: Sep 1, 2008

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