Architecture

The North American Initiative on Copper Architectural Applications (NAICAA) is a major project promoting the use of copper and copper alloys in architecture, roofing, interiors, renovation and restoration, building science and related fields. This is accomplished through programs such as in-house, box-lunch seminars, and other services involving design assistance and support, technical report and article production, and code and specification assistance.

These activities are supported by a wide range of resource material including the Copper in Architecture Handbook, CAD Discs, and Videos. The CCBDA Library also has a selection of architectural related material from the 1940s to the present.

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Construction Canada Vol. 54: The New Face of Architectural Copper
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