Interiors Construction Manual: Integrated Planning, Finishings and Fitting-Out, Technical Services

Interiors Construction Manual: Integrated Planning, Finishings and Fitting-Out, Technical Services

By: Karsten Tichelmann (author), Gerhard Hausladen (author)Paperback

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Soccer stadiums, airports, theaters, museums - it falls to very few architects to tackle spectacular building tasks like these. The everyday work of most architects is more often focused on "manageable" projects like the renovation, remodeling, or rebuilding of single- and multi-family houses, schools, and offices. Whatever the nature of the building task, interior construction is always a significant design and qualitative challenge that calls for highly detailed technical expertise. After all, it affects the realm that will be brought to life and utilized by the user when the task is finished, and whose aesthetic and functional serviceability will be put to the test each and every day. The Interior Construction Manual supports planners in their daily work as a practical planning aid and reference work with the relevant standards, guidelines, reference details, and constructional solutions, all illustrated by built example projects. It brings together the crucial facts on all aspects of interior construction and presents the key fundamentals of building physics, fire protection, interior construction systems, and openings. In addition, it offers concrete tips on integrated planning approaches, energy and sustainability issues, materials used in interior construction, hazardous substances, and dealing with building services and light planning.

About Author

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gerhard Hausladen is a professor of building climate control and building services at the Technische Universitat Munchen (Technical University of Munich). Prof. Dr.-Ing. Karten Tichelmann is managing partner of the Institut fur Trocken- und Leichtbau (Institute for Dry and Lightweight Construction) at the Technische Universitat Darmstadt (Darmstadt University of Technology) and teaches structural engineering and structural design in the architecture department at Hochschule Bochum (Bochum University of Applied Sciences).


Contents Preface 6 Introduction On the idea of the interior 10 Wolfgang Brune Part A Space and form Gerhard Hausladen 1 Comfort 32 Elisabeth Endres, Ulla Feinweber, Bernhard Friedsam 2 Light 46 Philipp Dreher, Christoph Matthias, Katrin Rohr 3 Materials 60 Ulla Feinweber, Thomas Ruhle, Judith Schinabeck Part B Integrated planning Gerhard Hausladen 1 Concepts and building typologies 80 Julia Drittenpreis, Hana Riemer, Lars Klemm 2 Location factors 100 Friedemann Jung 3 Energy and buildings 104 Elisabeth Endres, Michael Fischer, Friedemann Jung 4 Energy supplies 108 Cecile Bonnet, Tobias Wagner Part C Finishings and fitting-out Karsten Tichelmann, Bastian Ziegler 1 Wall systems for fitting-out 120 2 Ceiling systems for fitting-out 140 3 Floor systems for fitting-out 156 4 Fire protection 168 Part D Building services Gerhard Hausladen 1 Heating, ventilating, air conditioning (HVAC) 174 Friedemann Jung, Timm Roessel, Uta Steinwallner 2 Electrical installations 186 Johanne Friederich, Sebastian Wissel 3 Sanitary installations 196 Martin Ehlers, Tobias Wagner, Peter Springl 4 Space requirements for building services 208 Robert Froehler, Christian Huber Part E Case studies Project examples 1 to 20 212.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9783034602846
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 286
  • ID: 9783034602846
  • weight: 1421
  • ISBN10: 3034602847

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