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The roof trusses in this boutique store are engineered to be lightweight by using steel rods along the bottoms. A large opening in the roof deck allows plenty of light into the space. While working at an engineering firm in L.A., Luke Ensberg engineered several buildings for this project.
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This restaurant space is able to be open and airy because the structure is designed with steel. Don't let the fancy wall surfaces fool you. Inside the walls is a steel skeleton with moment frames and braced frames that would make any engineer proud. Most importantly, the architect and owner got the result they wanted.
The owner wanted a totally redone interior and a new exterior facade for the store. The walls and ceiling of the new store are entirely light gauge steel stud attached to an existing concrete building. The metal studs are engineered for strength and affordability. Hot-rolled structural steel was used in key areas for added capacity.
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