Thiago José Souza Cordeiro

Thiago José Souza Cordeiro

Thiago José Souza Cordeiro
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Pier Luigi Nervi:  Palazzetto dello Sport.  Diagram.

Pier Luigi Nervi: Palazzetto dello Sport. Diagram.

A Nervi Structure

A Nervi Structure

Italian embassy in Brasilia/ Pier Luigi Nervi

Italian embassy in Brasilia/ Pier Luigi Nervi

Detail:  Pier Luigi Nervi

Detail: Pier Luigi Nervi

Pier Luigi Nervi

Pier Luigi Nervi

Pier Luigi Nervi: Orbetello Hangars in Orvieto, Terni, Umbria, Italy, built in 1939 - 1942, later destroyed.    Structure: Precast reinforced concrete ribbed barrel vault.  Width: 36m  Length: 100m

Pier Luigi Nervi: Orbetello Hangars in Orvieto, Terni, Umbria, Italy, built in 1939 - 1942, later destroyed. Structure: Precast reinforced concrete ribbed barrel vault. Width: 36m Length: 100m

Interior of the Palazzetto dello Sport Roma, (Palace of Sport). Designed by Annibale Vitellozzi, Engineered by Pier Luigi Nervi. Built for the 1960 Rome Olympics.

Interior of the Palazzetto dello Sport Roma, (Palace of Sport). Designed by Annibale Vitellozzi, Engineered by Pier Luigi Nervi. Built for the 1960 Rome Olympics.

Pier Luigi Nervi_ambasciata d'italia a brasilia 1976

Pier Luigi Nervi_ambasciata d'italia a brasilia 1976

Norfolk Scope Arena in Norfolk, Virginia, USA, completed in 1971.  Structure: A reinforced concrete dome with combination concrete panel and cast-in-place shell.  Diameter: 134m.  Seats: 12,000.  Architect: E. Bradford Tazewell (dome)   Consulting engineer: Pier Luigi Nervi (dome)  Architects: Williams, Tazewell and Associates;    Structural engineering: Fraioli-Blum-Yesselman Associates;   Contractor: Daniel Construction Co.

Norfolk Scope Arena in Norfolk, Virginia, USA, completed in 1971. Structure: A reinforced concrete dome with combination concrete panel and cast-in-place shell. Diameter: 134m. Seats: 12,000. Architect: E. Bradford Tazewell (dome) Consulting engineer: Pier Luigi Nervi (dome) Architects: Williams, Tazewell and Associates; Structural engineering: Fraioli-Blum-Yesselman Associates; Contractor: Daniel Construction Co.