Why did William Frederick Lamb design the Empire State Building?
William Frederick Lamb wanted to make the Empire State Building more efficient and the tallest building in the world. Then after 9/11, his wish was granted and today The Empire State Building is the tallest in New York City.
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it is a frame structure
It is possible that it was, as the Empire State Building has a similar design of multiple levels that gradully decrease in size.
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Cause It is a a cool design
William F. Lamb (Brooklyn, 1883 - New York, 1952) was an American architect. He is best known for the design of the Empire State Building. He was the principal designer working in New York for the firm Shreve, Lamb and Harmon.
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The Chrysler Building was the tallest building in the world for 11 months before the Empire State Building overtook it. Its importance lies in its iconic and beautiful design, considered by top architects to be one of the finest buildings in the world.
The first one to design and make it was Frederick William Lanchester of the UK, in Feburary of 1902, but Chrysler Corporation made it commercially available in 1951, on the Chrysler Imperial, know as 'Hydraguide'. Not Frederick's design, but their own.
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At one point during its design and construction thought was given to using it as an airship docking tower.
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Building Design Partnership was created in 1961.
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Because he had built strong secure castles and he had enough of them around the contry and he was happy with their design which was a pointed tower castle.
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You can design a poo
Ever since it was built, the Empire State Building has captured the attention of young and old alike: every year, millions of tourists flock to the Empire State Building to get a glimpse from its 86th and 102nd floor observatories; the image of the Empire State Building has appeared in hundreds of ads and movies (who can forget King Kong's climb to the top or the romantic meeting in An Affair to Remember and Sleepless… Read More
Materials are not that important but is the design. A building with good design is earthquake resistant.
Central Park :)
They are the building design makers
Kharkiv Morozov Machine Building Design Bureau was created in 1927.
Ralph Lauren originally started designing his own ties for Beau Brummel Neckwear. This company allowed him to sell his own designs in their showroom, which is located in the Empire State building.
The Parthenon was built by Athenian tradesmen and slaves. The design and sculpture were conceived by the artist Phidias and the architects were Ictinos and Callicrates. It was financed by the extorted contributions from the cities of the Athenian Empire.
One can learn more about building websites by enrolling in a web design class. Training in web design, one will learn the basics of coding and design for websites.
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Building America's Home - 2005 Interior Design was released on: USA: 2005
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Interior architecture usually involves structural components of a building. Interior design refers to the furnishings and decorations of the building.
William Payley's design argument was that the World was not just made by coincidence. There had to have been some creator and that creator was God.
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The twin towers collapsed due to the way they were designed. Instead of an internal skeleton like the Empire State Building, the entire skeleton of The World Trade Center was almost on the outside of the building. When the fire from the burning fuel from the airplane weakened the outside skeleton, one floor fell down on the other. Then the floors fell down like pancakes. No future buildings will ever be built using that technique… Read More
They did the came as modern day architects design and do the mathematics involved with building design.
American architect William Le Baron Jenney is credited with the invention of the skyscraper. In 1885, he designed the ten-story Home Insurance Building on the corner of La Salle and Monroe streets in Chicago.
A lean design of a building, is where the actual building upper part farther out in several degresses. Btw, the Capital Gate Tower In Abu Dhabi UAE 2011, the most leaning / most uneven building in the world
it is an interior infrasructure in which computers are used to design the interior of the building of the building etc.
No. He had no interest in set design.
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Answer Depends on the design of the building. You have to consider the Total weight and the loading per square foot. There was a library built at the Univ of Massachusetts (or somewhere in MA) and they forgot to take into account the weight of the books. So they could not load any books on the top floor of the library. The answer depends on the design of the building. You can design your own… Read More
When engineers were building the first computer mouse, they did much troubleshooting to better the design. They tested the design for problems and durability.
to design, engineer and plan the structure saftey, and design of a building or a structure