The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 35 (1957) > Issues > Issue 4 > The steelwork of Hindhaugh Street flats (Queen's Court) Newcastle upon Tyne
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The steelwork of Hindhaugh Street flats (Queen's Court) Newcastle upon Tyne

Fig. 3 shows the openness of the layout, accommodating 120 dwellings on this narrow site. The soluticn was to build upwards and merited a load bearing framework. Steelwork was selected as the best medium. E. Czeiler

Author(s): Czeiler, E

Keywords: multistorey buildings;flats;housing;frames;steel;welds;design