Docomomo Preservation Technology Dossier 1: Curtain Wall Refurbishment: A Challenge to Manage
Author: Stephen J. Kelley, Wessel de Jonge, Just Renckens, ed.al.
Publisher: DOCOMOMO International (1996)
Dimensions (length x width x height): 21 cm × 1 cm × 30 cm
Docomomo Preservation Technology Dossier 1: Curtain Wall Refurbishment: A Challenge to Manage (January 1996)
Lectures: — An Image of Modernity: An American History of the Curtain Wall by Stephen J. Kelley — Curtain Walls in the Netherlands: Refurbishing an Architectural Phenomenon by Wessel de Jonge — A Future for Curtain Walls: Typology, Development, Lifespan and Refurbishment by Just Renckens — Curtain Walls as a System of Building Physics: A Perspective for Refurbishment by Jacques Mertens — Natural Stone: Ageing Curtain Walls in the United Kingdom by John Redding — Redevelopment of Postwar Real Estate by Hans de Jonge
Case Studies: — Curtain Walls in the USA: Failures, Investigation and Repair by Stephen J. Kelley & Bruce S. Kaskel — Blaak 333 (Kraaijvanger, 1961): A Critical Review of a Second Life by Dirk Jan Postel — The Rijnhotel (Merkelbach & Elling, 1957): An Approximate Image by George Köhlen & Leon Wolters — City Savings Bank (Tvarozek, 1930): Slovakia’s First Curtain Wall Refurbished by Matus Dulla, Henrieta H. Moravcikova & Elena Stolicna — St. Cuthbert’s (Marwick & Sons, 1936): An Early Curtain Wall by Suzanne Ewing — The Thyssen Haus (HPP Architects, 1957): A Curtain Wall Replaced From Head to Toe by Eberhard Zerres — The Amoco Building (Stone, 1970): Recladding of a Marble Landmark by Ian R. Chin & Jack P. Stecich — Boots Factory (Williams, 1932): Careful Medication for a Curtain Wall by James Strike