Why Buildings (And Nations) Fail By Olugu Olugu Orji

By Olugu Olugu Orji In Architecture, failure is simply the inability of a building to fulfil its design objectives. So if a building was designed specifically to attract the public’s attention in order to boost patronage and that does not happen, then that building has, to that extent, failed. This principle also applies to parts and components of a building structure. A window, for example, is designed to let in natural light and ease ventilation. If an enclosure, despite ...
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Added June 11, 2013
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