Shell action: creating an efficient structural solution

Author: Camilla Samuelsson

Date published

9 June 2021

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Free
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Shell action: creating an efficient structural solution

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Camilla Samuelsson

Date published

9 June 2021

Author

Camilla Samuelsson

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Free

fibUK Coolest Concrete Award: Camilla Samuelsson presents her winning case study.

Camilla Samuelsson was awarded the 2021 fibUK Coolest Concrete Award. In this presentation, Camilla will introduce work carried out on the First Light Pavilion's concrete shell and outline how an efficient structure was created by taking advantage of shell action.

Camilla is a Project Engineer for Atelier One. Before joining Atelier One in 2016 she obtained a Masters in Architecture and Urban Design and a Masters in Structural Engineering and Building Technology from Chalmers University of Technology.

This award from fibUK showcases how structural concrete is used in design or construction to produce efficient solutions.

 

Shell action: creating an efficient structural solution

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Video
Video Length:
00:15:52
Publisher:
IStructE

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Concrete Shell Case Study Suitable for students Awards Video IStructE London HQ fibUK

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