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Most Recent Issues

My Structurae launched! (06/2017) 

You can now register for My Structurae and enjoy additional functions on Structurae that are completely free of charge and not available to unregistered users. In this newsletter, I would like to show you what you will get with My Structurae now and what may await you in the future.

6th International Congress on Construction History (06/2017)

The 6th International Congress on Construction History (6ICCH) will be organized in Brussels, from July 9 to July 13, 2018. The congress follows on successful congresses held in Madrid (2003), Cambridge UK (2006), Cottbus (2009), Paris (2012) and Chicago (2015). The call for abstracts is open! Researchers and practitioners from all aspects of the history of construction are invited to submit a 400-word abstract before June 15, 2017.

Structures in Spain (04/2017) 

In Spain, engineers and architects have built extraordinary structures for centuries, even millennia. Structurae contains nearly 2300 structures from all regions of Spain.

Upcoming Bridge Events (02/2017) 

Everyone can experience them: bridges for people walking, biking, skiing... Often using unusual or daring designs, they pose their own structural challenges. Structurae contains nearly 1300 examples of all shapes and sizes from around the world.

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