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“Although the word ferrocement is used here, this is not strictly true.”
“Concrete reinforced with chicken wire creates a multipurpose construction material known as ferrocement; one or more sheets of steel or wire fortification coated in cement mortar to create a skeletal portion of merged material.”
“Portions of the manual may also be used separately, for specific instruction in a single subject, such as ferrocement construction, or spring capping.”
“We want three other couples willing to put $100,000 - $200,000 into a pool to buy raw land outside the city of Oaxaca where we would construct a community of ferrocement structures (best for earthquake-prone areas) of a uniform architectural type.”
“In the exhibition, you can see how the Piano workshop devised roof panels for the Menil-long, elegantly curved "leaves" made of ferrocement (a reinforced cement) - and suspended them like louvers from a web of trusses so sunlight could filter in between.”
“The Menil ferrocement was a material he'd used to build a yacht for himself; he and Rice once designed a prototype plastic car for Fiat.”
“Connecting keywords are non-Euclidean geometry, ferrocement, organic design.”
“For community use, filter reservoirs can be made of concrete, bricks, ferrocement etc.”
“Rooftop catchment systems gather rainwater caught on the roof of a house, school, etc. using gutters and downpipes (made of local wood, bamboo, galvanized iron or PVC) and lead it to one or more storage containers ranging from simple pots to large ferrocement tanks.”
“Furthermore, compact designs and careful supervision of the construction will lower investment costs and enable the use of economic construction procedures such as the ferrocement technique.”
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