Perceiving Chinese Architecture From the Eyes of Structural Engineers


Pedestrian Bridge of Pingshan High School / NODE Achitecture & Urbanism & AND Architecture OFFICE/ Zhun Zhang. Image © Yongyu Chen

Pedestrian Bridge of Pingshan High School / NODE Achitecture & Urbanism & AND Architecture OFFICE/ Zhun Zhang. Image © Yongyu Chen

When we are discussing the definition of “structure”, the term varies within different disciplines. In the context of the built environment, “structure” refers to anything that is constructed or built from different interrelated parts with a fixed location on the ground.

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Perceiving Chinese Architecture From the Eyes of Structural Engineers


Pedestrian Bridge of Pingshan High School / NODE Achitecture & Urbanism & AND Architecture OFFICE/ Zhun Zhang. Image © Yongyu Chen

Pedestrian Bridge of Pingshan High School / NODE Achitecture & Urbanism & AND Architecture OFFICE/ Zhun Zhang. Image © Yongyu Chen

When we are discussing the definition of “structure”, the term varies within different disciplines. In the context of the built environment, “structure” refers to anything that is constructed or built from different interrelated parts with a fixed location on the ground.

Read more »