EX_02 Research

The Javits Convention Center in New York was built by I.M. Pei in the late 20th century. The exterior is an assemblage of space frames fitted with clear glass. Inside, the structure is supported by tubular steel pillars.

Although the form of the building is very regular I.M Pei used several different methods for connecting different structural elements which could prove useful.

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