SMALL-HALF

'Subdivision of an existing warehouse shell into two lots'. 
The 'Small Half' has a robust and lightweight steel PFC frame inserted into the void to create three separate areas for a home and studio.


INTERIOR SHELL


PROPOSED STEEL FRAME INTERIOR

SKELETON FRAME - VIEW LOOKING SOUTH-EAST

SKELETON FRAME - VIEW LOOKING SOUTH-EAST

SKELETON FRAME - VIEW LOOKING NORTH-EAST

SKELETON FRAME - VIEW LOOKING NORTH-EAST


STEEL CORNER POST DETAILS

PARALLEL FLANGE CHANNELS + SQUARE HOLLOW SECTIONS

Moment-resisting frames are rectilinear assemblages of beams and columns, with the beams rigidly connected to the columns. Resistance to lateral forces is provided primarily by rigid frame action-that is, by the development of bending moment and shear force in the frame members and joints. By virtue of the rigid beam-column connections, a moment frame cannot displace laterally without bending the beams or columns depending on the geometry of the connection. The bending rigidity and strength of the frame members is therefore the primary source of lateral stiffness and strength for the entire frame.


SITE PHOTOS


CONCRETE GALAXY