List of Hyperboloid structures

List of Hyperboloid structures

The page is a list of hyperboloid structures. These were first applied in architecture by Russian engineer Vladimir Shukhov (1853–1939). Shukhov built his first example as a water tower (hyperbolic shell) for the 1896 All-Russian Exposition. Subsequently, more have been designed by other architects, including Le Corbusier, Antoni Gaudí, Eduardo Torroja, Oscar Niemeyer and Ieoh Ming Pei.

Notable projects

* The world's first Hyperboloid structure, Vladimir Shukhov, 1896
* Shukhov Tower, Vladimir Shukhov, 1922
* Crystal Island, Norman Foster, Moscow, 2014
* Adziogol Lighthouse, Vladimir Shukhov, 1911
* Guangzhou TV & Sightseeing Tower, [http://www.designcommunity.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=11994]
* Vortex Tower, Ken Shuttleworth, London, 2012
* Sagrada Família, Antoni Gaudí (Hyperbolic vaults and windows)
* Church of Colònia Güell, Antoni Gaudí (Hyperbolic paraboloid vaults), 1898–1915
* [http://www.castelldefels.com/aeroport/ingl/torredecontrolin.htm The air traffic control tower of Barcelona Airport] , Ricardo Bofill, El Prat International Airport, Barcelona, Spain
* Cathedral of Brasília, Oscar Niemeyer
* [http://recerca.upc.edu/historiaenobres/angles/ficha.php?id=127 Palace of Assembly in Chandigarh] , Le Corbusier
* [http://en.structurae.de/structures/data/index.cfm?ID=s0002124 Fedala Reservoir] , Eduardo Torroja
* [http://www.pcfandp.com/a/v/tb/body_00hy.html Hyperboloid New York] , Ieoh Ming Pei
* Shukhov tower on the Oka River
* [http://www.variousarchitects.no/ Various architects] , [http://www.pushpullbar.com/forums/showthread.php?t=8235 Project of Cheongna City Tower]
* Ještěd Tower, Liberec, Czech Republic
* Kobe Port Tower, Japan
* [http://www.archi.fr/DOCOMOMO-FR/fiche-havre-volcan-va.htm Volcan] by Oscar Niemeyer, Le Havre, France
* Sydney Tower
* Hyperboloid masts of Andrei Pervozvanny class battleship
* Hyperboloid masts of USS|West Virginia|BB-48|6
* Hyperboloid masts of USS|New Mexico|BB-40|6
* Hyperboloid masts of USS|Arizona|BB-39|6
* Hyperboloid masts of USS|Oklahoma|BB-37|6
* [http://www.fnal.gov/pub/today/images07/tractricious_02_08_2007.jpgTractricious] by Robert Wilson, Fermi Lab
* [http://www.ameinfo.com/58198.html QIPCO Office Tower] in Doha, Qatar
* Georgia Dome
* Hyperbolic roof Olympic Stadium, Munich
* EXPO-70 Japan Automobile Pavilion by [http://www.greatbuildings.com/architects/Kunio_Mayekawa.html Kunio Maekawa]
* Hyperbolic paraboloid roof Pengrowth Saddledome
* [http://www.medienkunstnetz.de/works/poeme-electronique/images/1/ «Poème électronique» Hypar Philips Pavilion] , Le Corbusier, Iannis Xenakis
* McDonnell Planetarium in St. Louis, Gyo Obata
* Hyperbolic paraboloid roof Apache Plaza [http://www.recentpast.org/types/shopcenters/apache/]
* Cooling tower
* Gettysburg National Tower
* Ochsenkopf TV Tower
* Święty Krzyż TV Tower
* [http://czasciechanowa.pl/forum/viewtopic.php?t=188 Tower by Jan Bogusławski] , 1972, Ciechanów, Poland
* [http://www.maths.manchester.ac.uk/~higham/photos/manchester/030105-1225-28.htm Hyperboloid Corporation Street Footbridge] , 2000, Manchester, England
* [http://www.i-b.ch/01_Buero/Tec21_Suchov.pdf Hyperboloid tower] by Daniel Roth and Alexander Kohm, 2003, Zürich, Switzerland
* [http://www.panoramio.com/photo/3567516 Hyperboloid Tower] in Husnes, Kvinnherad, Norway
* [http://www.mastale.cz/roz_boruvka.htm Boruvka Tower] , [http://www.jaroslavmachacek.com/files/page0_blog_entry233_2.jpg] , Chrudim, Pardubice region, Czech Republic.
* Pengrowth Saddledome

External links

* [http://www.shukhov.org/news.html?n=34&id=1#news_34 International campaign to save the Shukhov Hyperboloid Tower in Moscow]
* [http://leadinc.no/time Tempo, A public art installation by Laboratory for Environments, Architecture & Design, In Husnes, Kvinnherad, Norway]


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