This project is about the renovation of the Teplice Astronomical Observatory, replacing the existing structure by a new one more suitable to the further use of the site. From the original structure, only the viewing towers with astronomical telescopes and part of underground bearing walls were preserved.
This project is interesting because a combination of different structural elements made of Reinforced concrete for the slabs, steel for the beams supporting the floors and timber for the purlins. The structural behaviour is also mixt, with long cantilevers on the 1st floor and flat slabs supported by columns.
User Benefits: the main benefit of using Advance Design on this project was the possibility to mix several materials (FEM calculation and design) within the same 3D Model.