Mitchell's Introduction to Building by Roger Greeno
By Roger Greeno
Функциональное назначение здания определяет требования к освещенности, температуре, звукоизоляции, вентиляции, отоплению, водоснабжения и газоснабжению, канализации, лифтам, бытовому оборудованию, теле- и радиофикации, к отделке помещений и благоустройству здания и др. Проект должен обеспечивать максимальную оптимальную среду для человека в процессе осуществления им функций, для которых здание предназначено.
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The degree to which a building will suffer from erosion and/or staining depends upon many interacting variables. One involves the relationship between type and amount of atmospheric pollution with the exposure of a building to wind, rain, frost, snow and solar radiation. Their effects will 57 be determined by the characteristics of the materials used in a building and include their capacity or otherwise for moisture absorption, as well as their surface profiles, orientation, texture and colour.
However, if technology is allowed to dominate the aesthetics of a building without compromise, there is a loss of human understanding, scale and proportion and, perhaps, colour, form and texture. By way of comparison, some ‘styles’ endeavour to imitate the psychological appeal associated with the less complicated requirements of the past. Sometimes this may be done on the premise that a building of today, with its highly technological requirements, is beyond our aesthetic comprehension. The technological advantages may be accepted, but they are combined with efforts which deny their visual influences as well as reducing their performance efficiency.
By way of comparison, some ‘styles’ endeavour to imitate the psychological appeal associated with the less complicated requirements of the past. Sometimes this may be done on the premise that a building of today, with its highly technological requirements, is beyond our aesthetic comprehension. The technological advantages may be accepted, but they are combined with efforts which deny their visual influences as well as reducing their performance efficiency. A building design will invariably be unsuccessful if it relies purely on technology for aesthetic appeal, or purely on outmoded conventions of a past era.