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How Are Building Occupant Loads Determined? | ARTiculations

Have you ever seen one of those signs indicating the occupant capacity of a room and thought, how exactly do they get that number? If you thought it was how many people could be physically packed into the room shoulder to shoulder then, no that’s most likely not it. Occupant loads are, for the most […]

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Why Buildings Will Save The World | The B1M

Urban development is now one of the main ways that human beings impact this planet – and our built world currently accounts for 40% of all greenhouse gas emissions. But while this may sound alarming, it, in fact, underlines the power that the construction sector has to make a difference. The people working and making […]

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Wood Wharf: Building a City in the Cloud | The B1M

Success for Wood Wharf will mean the ongoing evolution and development of the Canary Wharf Estate. The school they’ve got in H2, to the GP surgery in H3 and then it’s trying to make it evolve to become a well-rounded estate. Over 100 different firms of designers all working to different programmes, different buildings and […]

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Building Los Angeles’ Earthquake-Proof Bridge | The B1M

Los Angeles’ Sixth Street viaduct is one of the most well-known bridges in the United States. Made famous by appearances in countless movies, TV shows, commercials and music videos – the 1,066-metre-long structure was an engineering marvel when first constructed in 1932. Making use of an on-site plant to produce concrete during construction, it was […]

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How to Draw a Building in 2-Point Perspective: Step by Steps

Hi, Tom here in this week’s Circle Line Art School video I’ll show you one way to draw a building in two point perspective step by step, when drawing perspective we need to draw a horizontal line for the horizon which represents the farthest distance that we can see, next for two-point perspective we need […]