Building and design using dry construction
Guide to the correct application of dry construction systems
Detail Practice Dry Construction provides an overview of current dry construction systems according to building parts (walls, ceilings, floors) and their application potentials as an aid to design and planning. Specific construction drawings demonstrate common structural details. Fire and noise protection, which are of particular relevance in dry construction, are covered in detail as are special structures, for example for moist spaces. The general parts are complemented by built examples of existing projects with well-structured main details. This volume also contains contributions on the application of new materials and points out the potentials of this building method.
- System overviews – characteristics, processing and areas of application
- Explanation of common methods of construction using exemplary details (connections, ceiling and floor layers)
- Fire and noise protection as well as surface design in dry construction
- Selected exemplary projects illustrate the potentials of dry construction
112 pages, 135 black & white illustrations, 242 colour / 21 x 29.7 cm / English