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Modern Buildings as Engineering Structures

The modern building has developed from the small domestic building in which engineering considerations were so unimportant as compared with the architectural ones that a person with very little understanding of structural mechanics could quite successfully carry the work through to a successful conclusion without engineering collaboration. Oscar Faber

Author(s): Faber, Oscar