Development of a span wood based self-supported compact façade system for non-residential buildings

Steffen Franke, Roman Hausammann & Marcus Jacob Schiere
Common compact façade elements are usually not self-supporting over a span of more than 5 m. For hall buildings self-supporting façade systems are essential to avoid an additional secondary load-bearing structure. PUR sandwich panels, fiber cement boards or aerated concrete elements are widely used. Façade systems made out of timber components or wooden materials are often used for residential or office buildings in Switzerland or other European countries. A wood-based compact façade system however does...
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