• 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:20    |    
  • 02:18    |    
    The only value we have is to think and add value to the design process
  • 02:48    |    
  • Art installations, display sign and housing projects
  • 04:53    |    
    Monsanto House of the Future
  • 07:09    |    
    Spaceship Earth at Disney World
  • 09:42    |    
    Gateshead Millennium Bridge
  • 12:42    |    
    Role of architects and engineers
  • 16:32    |    
    The value of the designer today
  • 18:21    |    
    The "primary colors" of structure
  • 21:08    |    
    Art installations similarities
    • Hover-New Orleans
    • Float-New Bedford
    • Harbor Park Pavilion-Boston
    • BCEC Marquee and Video Wall
  • 43:07    |    
    Modular homes
  • Venture capital
  • 48:55    |    
    Question and answer period
    • Is the education of the engineers changing along with architects'?
    • Could you describe the foundation of the modular houses?
    • How do you evaluate the environmental impact of the materials you use?
  • 01:00:14    |    
    Final credits

What is the Real Value of a Structural Engineer in the Design Process?

New Media  | 19 de abril de 2010  | Vistas: 44

Paul Kassabian discusses the evolving role of the structural engineer who must work with the architect to design safe and aesthetically pleasing buildings. In this lecture, he provides case studies to demonstrate the design process, as well as the assembly and construction methods used to erect the final product. Using eclectic examples, including a recently built modular home and a video tower, he describes how engineers and architects must add value to the design process in order to remain relevant in this hyper-competitive world.





Paul Kassabian is structural engineer at Simpson, Gumpertz & Heger, at…


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