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By Tom Wilkinson

Los angeles arquitectura nos moldea tanto como nosotros los angeles moldeamos ella. No nos limitamos a contemplar los edificios; sus fachadas, su belleza o su fealdad ocultan también el espacio en el que vivimos. Nacemos, trabajamos, amamos, y morimos relacionándonos con l. a. arquitectura. Todos estos aspectos de los angeles arquitectura -económicos, eróticos, políticos o psicológicos- son cruciales si queremos entender tanto los angeles arquitectura misma como nuestras vidas y nuestro mundo.

Este libro nos acerca a los angeles historia de los angeles arquitectura a través de un planteamiento sumamente unique: diez capítulos con diez edificios representativos que simbolizan esas relaciones de los angeles arquitectura con los angeles política, el sexo, el arte, l. a. religión o el retiro. Empieza con una aproximación a l. a. Torre de Babel, una construcción simbólica que el autor relaciona con otros edificios como las torres gemelas. Sigue una mezquita en Tumbuctú, el Palazzo Rucellai de Florencia, el teatro de Bayreuth, los angeles obra de Le Corbusier, o una fábrica de coches en Chicago. Edificios a partir de los cuales el autor traza una historia del mundo y del desarrollo de las condiciones de vida, de trabajo e incluso de nuestras prioridades en el orden ethical y estético.


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This can be an arguable assumption and one of the case studies in Chapter 4 demonstrates clearly that major savings can be made through substantial concept revisions. The survey data reveals a number of distinct views on the 40 h workshop. There was a broad consensus that on small to average sized projects 40 h was a sufficient time period for project assimilation. On more complex projects, especially where there was a high degree of mechanical and electrical engineering work, figures of between 80–120 h were reported.

In addition to the VETC and the team, selected as above, NYC appoint an independent estimator. The estimator is chosen from a rotational list of 15 estimators pre-qualified for city estimating work. These estimators comprise cost consultants and quantity surveyors including a few British firms. The list of 15 firms is given to the VE consultant who asks three to four to take the project description and put in a fee bid appropriate to the stage in design. For example at design-brief stage it would be a square foot estimate, at design stage a more detailed estimate.

By contract through the architect/engineer where the architect selects the value engineering consultants. 2. Independently. In this case the architect will be told that a value engineering study will be undertaken. The AIA standard form of appointment states that architects should be aware of the policies of the companies that they are dealing with. Sometimes the client sends his own conditions of appointment to the value engineering team co-ordinator but more usually the practice’s own model conditions of engagement are used.

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