The study of the Supertessile complex at Rieti has brought to light the application of the Italian Baroni-Lüling patent, and some of its effects on the development of constructional technique in reinforced concrete, especially in the field of planning and construction of light components for large covered structures. A notable impulse towards the rationalization of construction can be attributed to this system and to its applications by the firm ing. H. Bollinger. Above all, this came about through the innovative system of spacing the reinforcement bars with bolts, to create semi-rigid reinforcement lattices. This application was employed in all of the pavilions of the Supertessile plant, perfectly integrated with the architectural solutions of the architectural designer Arturo Hoerner. His plan reinforces certain invariants shared by modern architecture; for example, a plan simplified of ornament and qualified through the geometry of the construction, which found the ideal technique in reinforced concrete.
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|Titolo:||Manual Abilities and Modern Constructive Techniques in a Building by Arturo Hoerner: the S. A. Supertessile Plant and the System Baroni-Lüling, Rieti-Italy, 1926.|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2012|
|Appartiene alla tipologia:||04b Atto di convegno in volume|