Since the ancient Egyptians built the pyramids not much has changed in the world of building construction, workers placed a stone on top of another, and brick on top of brick, in 1889.
The use of steel was introduced (into construction) for the Eiffel Tower in Paris, and beginning 1905 reinforced concrete was used.
With the start of the Industrial Revolution in 1780, products began to be made in factories using industrial methods, but today buildings are still done on site as they were 4,000 years ago.
"Almost every product used today is the result of an industrial process and can be transported around the world, from cars and boats to computers and clothing, factories are chosen for their ready access to materials, production technology, inexpensive labour, efficiency, and other conditions that result in high quality at a relatively low cost," Fisher noted.
After graduating with honours in architecture from the University of Florence, he became a lecturer of Architecture and Structural Engineering at the same university.
Over the last three decades, he have been passionately designing buildings in harmony with nature, as well as redefining the technical and technological extremes of buildings, particularly in major cities like London, Moscow, Hong Kong, Paris and Dubai.
Video, courtesy: Dynamic Architecture
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