Guggenheim Bilbao Müzesi Örneğinde Bilgisayar Teknolojilerinin Strüktür Tasarımı Bağlamında Kullanımı

@inproceedings{Akn2016GuggenheimBM,
  title={Guggenheim Bilbao M{\"u}zesi {\"O}rneğinde Bilgisayar Teknolojilerinin Str{\"u}kt{\"u}r Tasarımı Bağlamında Kullanımı},
  author={Tomris Akın},
  year={2016}
}
Bilbao Guggenheim Museum which designed by Frank Gehry and opened in 1997 is the first building build by the aid of CATIA software which was formerly used by aviation and automotive industries. Not only the architectural project but also the base of the structural project is realized by the usage of this specific software. Understanding the changing design and construction processes which started by Frank Gehry’s usage of CATIA and which continues with contributions of different softwares and… 

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