Answers for Architects Who Design with Stainless Steel (12004)
Produced by the Nickel Development Institute on behalf of members of the European Stainless Steel Development and Information Group, 1988. Although available in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish editions, unless a specific language is requested, it will be presumed that English is preferred. Architects and engineers taking advantage of nickel containing stainless steel's unique combination of properties have found it to be a versatile material, eminently suited for numerous building and constructional applications. Many of these uses are covered in text and color photographs from around the world and include building fa?ades, roofing, windows and doors, entrances, street furniture, interiors, general applications and sculptures.