The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 68 (1990) > Issues > Issue 25 > Combining Traditional Materials in New Applications in Tall Buildings in Australia
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Combining Traditional Materials in New Applications in Tall Buildings in Australia

The principle of using hybrid blendings of traditional materials in structures to achieve the most successful results is well established in good buildings, particularly in locations where this flexibility in materials use is acceptable by building trades unions. This has been a continuing and developing trend in Australia, and the latest tall buildings are benefiting from the evolution of ideas along these lines. John J. Peyton