The International Information Center for Structural Engineers

Items filtered by date: Monday, 27 April 2015 is pleased to announce the April issue #94 of our monthly Newsletter !

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A London-based architecture firm says it can eliminate the shadows that buildings cast over urban areas starved of sunlight. The firm devised a plan to build paired skyscrapers in such a way that sunlight reflected by one fills in the shadow of the other. Thought the shadow of the reflecting building would remain, calculations show that the concept would reduce the total amount of shade produced by the buildings by up to 60 percent, according to the NBBJ firm.