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Mario Salvadori, 그는 누구인가?

Introduction 소개


RECORD 誌(vol.23 no.2 Sep.12,1997)에 소개된 글

ENGINEERING NEWS 誌(Fall,1997)에 소개된 글

Columbia Univ. News에 소개된 글

 

Articles 그의 글들


01 Teaching for the future, not the past

그의 교육방식을 엿볼 수 있는 글

02 A Life in Education The BRIDGE, National Academy of Engineering, Vol.27 No.2, Summer 1997

예전엔 연결이 되었으나 지금은 안됨, 본인이 그 당시 프린트한 9쪽 분량의 글을 가지고 있는데 그에 대한 이해를 위해 가장 좋은 글임

03 Can There be any relationships between Mathematics and Architecture?

1쪽의 글로서 예전엔 연결이 되었으나 지금은 왠일인지 잘 안됨, 그러나 01에도 링크가 되어있는데 거기서는 잘 연결됨. 프린트한 것을 본인이 가지고 있음

04 Thin Shells, in book <New Structures>, Ed. by Robert E. Fischer, McGraw-Hill, 1977, pp.26-44

 

About SECBE 그가 세운 교육단체


More about SECBE Our Founder, Mario Salvadori (1907 ~ 1997)

살바도리가 세운 어린이들의 구조에 대한 교육을 위한 단체

Subterranean Cities

그의 어린이들에 대한 관심과 애정의 단편을 엿볼 수 있음

 

His Books 그의 주옥같은 책들


01 Amazon Query Results

왼쪽 위에 "Mario Salvadori"라고 써 넣으면 그의 14권의 책 이름과 저작년도를 알 수 있음

02 Books and Kits provided by SECBE

좀더 자세한 설명과 책표지를 볼 수 있음

03 일부 책들에 대한 본인의 소개

 

Another Salvadori 구조에 대한 직관적 이해를 위한 글들


FORCES, STRUCTURE AND ARCHITECTURE by Coco Moran

Forces, Structure and Architecture is a unit I taught to my fifth and sixth grade practicum students at Marks Meadow Elementary School in Amherst, Massachusetts. The unit began as a study of forces. Then gradually moved to structures. After this part of the unit, I continued with a study of architecture. A lot of the theories pertaining to how a building stands, along with materials had been in place for a while when we commenced the architecture part of the unit, so we were well prepared. With things like forces, materials, and basics of construction, we were able to discover what a landscape architect, historic renovator, engineer and constructor perform during the course of their work. The last three professionals were able to speak to the class first hand by coming into the classroom as our guest or by a field trip directly to the site, for example, of the new Polymer Research building at the University of Massachusetts campus at Amherst.