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Detail- Steel Stud Parapet “Old Timer.”—Wood blocking and a cant anchored to the structural deck restrain membrane shrinkage at parapet. Notice the continuity of the control layers.

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Detail- Steel Stud Parapet “Old Timer.”—Wood blocking and a cant anchored to the structural deck restrain membrane shrinkage at parapet. Notice the continuity of the control layers.

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Section exploring the patient rooms within the medical tower and their relationship to the external communal terrace, an external ward which.

Coberturas: os diversos tipos e suas características - Met@lica

Coberturas: os diversos tipos e suas características - Met@lica

Problem Parapet—This is what I see on a regular basis. Everything is wrong. Air leakage into and out of everything and everywhere. No membrane under the parapet flashing. No air control in either the roof assembly or the wall assembly. No vapor control layer and thermal bridging everywhere.

Problem Parapet—This is what I see on a regular basis. Everything is wrong. Air leakage into and out of everything and everywhere. No membrane under the parapet flashing. No air control in either the roof assembly or the wall assembly. No vapor control la

V-Cut Recessed Skirting

The V-Cut folded return on plasterboards allows a simple technique for creating a shadow recess above a flush skirting on dry lined partitions.

This window is an innie. Innie windows need careful flashing details to prevent water entry at the jambs and sill. Image 1 of 2  (free content but registration required)

‘Innie’ Windows or ‘Outie’ Windows? When walls have exterior foam, where do the windows go? Posted on May 6 2009 by Martin Holladay, GBA Advisor. (free content but registration required)

Double Stud Wall = good, Need an Energy truss though if you don't want condensation on the attic/ ice dams on the roof.

Double Stud Wall = good, Need an Energy truss though if you don't want condensation on the attic/ ice dams on the roof.

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Floor to roof glazing Part of the modernist vocabulary in architecture is the use of floor to ceiling glazing. It’s a sharp, clean look that achieves transparency between inside and out. When executed masterfully, it’s as if the glass isn’t even there.

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