The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 68 (1990) > Issues > Issue 25 > Technological Development and Future Prospects for Building Structures
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Technological Development and Future Prospects for Building Structures

Architecture has developed over the history of mankind and is the field of technology closest to structural engineering. For generations, human beings have been involved with buildings and cities as their home base. By seeking a safer and more pleasant environment, or in other words, as a result of pursuing a greater standard of living, mankind has developed various technologies. Dr. Kuniaki Sato