Enciclopedia pratica per progettare e costruire

Enciclopedia pratica per progettare e costruire Ernst Neufert standard mondiale per tutti gli architetti e gli ingeneri civili offre un inquadramento sui principali argomenti del settore delle costruzioni e un riferimento normativo sulle diverse

  • Title: Enciclopedia pratica per progettare e costruire
  • Author: Ernst Neufert
  • ISBN: 9788820345822
  • Page: 310
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Ernst Neufert, standard mondiale per tutti gli architetti e gli ingeneri civili, offre un inquadramento sui principali argomenti del settore delle costruzioni e un riferimento normativo sulle diverse tipologie edilizie, anche a seguito del recepimento della normativa europea in materia di sicurezza degli edifici, sia nel settore strutturale sia in quello antincendio AggioErnst Neufert, standard mondiale per tutti gli architetti e gli ingeneri civili, offre un inquadramento sui principali argomenti del settore delle costruzioni e un riferimento normativo sulle diverse tipologie edilizie, anche a seguito del recepimento della normativa europea in materia di sicurezza degli edifici, sia nel settore strutturale sia in quello antincendio Aggiornata tenendo conto delle novit sia tecnologiche sia normative e contestualizzata alla situazione italiana, questa nona edizione stata in particolare arricchita dei contenuti relativi alla sostenibilit e ai moderni processi di project e construction management con nuovi capitoli sul facility management, sull edificazione sostenibile, sulle fonti rinnovabili e sul rispetto per l ambiente.

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    1. Ernst Neufert

      Ernst Neufert was a German architect who is known as an assistant of Walter Gropius, as a teacher and member of various standardization organizations, and especially for his essential handbook Architects Data.At the age of 17, after five years of working as a bricklayer, Neufert entered the school of construction Baugewerbeschule in Weimar His teacher recommended him to Walter Gropius in 1919 as one of his first students of the Bauhaus He finished his studies in 1920, and together with the expressionist architect Paul Linder 1897 1968 embarked on a year long study tour of Spain, where he sketched medieval churches In Barcelona he met Antonio Gaudi, whose architecture made a deep impression on the young student Neufert later became one of the first advocates of Gaudi in Germany After 1921 he returned to the Bauhaus and became chief architect under Gropius in one of the most prominent architecture studios of the Weimar Republic.In 1923 he met the painter Alice Spies Neufert, a student of the Bauhaus masters Georg Muche and Paul Klee, and married her in 1924 They had four children Peter, Christa, Ingrid and Ilas.In 1925 Neufert worked in close collaboration with Gropius on the realization of the new Bauhaus buildings in Dessau and the completion of the masters houses for Muche, Klee, and Wassily Kandinsky In 1926 he returned to Weimar and became a teacher under Otto Bartning at the Bauhochschule Building College , known as the other Bauhaus From 1928 to 1930 he realized various projects, such as the Mensa am Philosophenweg and the Abbeanum in Jena In 1929 he built his private home in Gelmeroda, a village near Weimar today the home of the Neufert Foundation and Neufert Box, a small museum with changing exhibitions After closure of the Bauhochschule by the Nazis, he moved to Berlin and worked in a private school for art and architecture founded by Johannes Itten, which was forced to close as well in 1934.Very early Neufert recognized the possibilities for rationalization of building processes, but also the need for normative rules.In 1934 he became the resident architect of Vereinigte Lausitzer Glaswerke United Lusatia Glassworks He designed the private home of its director Dr Kindt with colour glass by Charles Crodel and various housing, office, and factory buildings in Wei wasser, Tschernitz and Kamenz At the same time he worked on his Architects Data, which was published in March 1936 and which remains an essential reference work, having been translated into 18 languages In 1936 traveled to New York and Taliesin to visit Frank Lloyd Wright and gauge his prospects of finding work in the United States But in New York he was notified of the enormous success of the first edition of his book and returned to Berlin to prepare the second edition New industrial commissions for his studio led to his decision to remain in Germany In 1939 he was appointed by Albert Speer to work on the standardization of German industrial architecture.After World War II, Neufert was appointed professor at the Darmstadt University of Technology He opened his own office, Neufert und Neufert, with his son Peter in 1953 and realized numerous projects, including many industrial buildings He died in 1986 in his home in Bugneaux sur Rolle in Switzerland.

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