Oscar Faber
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Sources
John Faber, Oscar Faber, his work, his firm & afterwards, Quiller Press, London, 1989
John Faber and Frank Mead Oscar Faber's Reinforced Concrete, E & FN Spon Ltd, new edition, London, 1965
Oscar Faber, The Aesthetic Aspect of Civil Engineering Design, Institution of Civil Engineers, London, 1944
Oscar Faber, 'Modern Buildings as Engineering Structures', in The Structural Engineer, London, February 1931
Oscar Faber, 'Modern Business Premises', in The Times, Housing and Building supplement, London, April 7 1925
Oscar Faber, 'Plastic Yield, Shrinkage, and Other Problems of Concrete, and their Effect on Design', Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Vol.225, pp.27-73, London, November 1927
Oscar Faber, 'Presidential Address, The Profession of Structural Engineering and Some of its Problems', in The Structural Engineer, pp.450-457, London, December 1935
Oscar Faber, 'Some Recent Industrial Buildings', in The Structural Engineer, London, November 1937
Oscar Faber, 'The Construction of the New House of Commons', in The Structural Engineer, pp.221-237, London, May 1949
Oscar Faber, 'The Underpinning of Durham Castle', in The Structural Engineer, pp.438-456, London, November 1934
J.R. Harrison, 'Oscar Faber' in Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 1997
Alan Holgate, The Art in Structural Design: an introduction and sourcebook, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1986
Peter Jones, Ove Arup: Master Builder of the Twentieth Century, Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 2006
Michael F. Kennard, 'The Building of Mulberry Harbour' in The War Illustrated, Vol.10, No.255, pp.771-2, Amalgamated Press, London, April 1947
Frank Newby ed., Early Reinforced Concrete (Studies in the History of Civil Engineering Vol.11), Ashgate Publishing Group, Aldershot, 2001
Alan Powers, Modern: the Modern Movement in Britain, Merrell Publishers Ltd, London and New York, 2005
R.J.M. Sutherland, D. Humm and M.M. Chrimes,eds., Historic Concrete — Background to Appraisal, Thomas Telford Publishing, London, 2001
Charles Percy Taylor and Oscar Faber, Deep-Water Jetty at Bevan's Cement-Works, Northfleet, Minutes of the Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, paper no. 4652, London
Edwin A.R. Trout, 'Oscar Faber (1886-1956)', draft chapter for Some Writers on Concrete: the literature of reinforced concrete, 1897-1935, (unpublished) The Concrete Society, London
'Bank of England', in The Times, London, June 20 1933
'Better Light on M.P.'s Debates', in The Times, London, January 4 1950
'Durham Castle Now Safe', in The Times, London, June 14 1939
'Durham Castle Preserved', in The Times, London, December 18 1937
'Durham Castle', in The Times, London, March 1 1929
'Durham Castle', in The Times, London, January 6 1934
'Empire Games Pool in Cardiff', in The Times, London, November 22 1955
'India House', in The Times, London, March 13 1928
'India House', in The Times, London, July 9 1930
'New Exhibition Centre', in The Times, London, July 18 1935
'New Horticultural Hall', in The Times, London, September 9 1926
'New House of Commons', in The Times, London, January 16 1948
Obituary: Oscar Faber, Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Vol.6, Issue 1, pp.143-5, London, January 1957
'Obituary' in The Structural Engineer, pp.302-4, London, August 1956
'Obituary' in The Times, pp.13, London, May 9 1956
'South Africa House', in The Times, London, June 22 1933
'South Africa House', in The Times, London, June 23 1933
'The New Bank', in The Times, London, January 23 1935
'The New House of Commons', in The Times, London, October 18 1950
'The New India House in Aldwych', in The Times, London, January 7 1930
'The New President', profile of Oscar Faber in The Structural Engineer, Vol.13, pp.265-6, London, June 1935
'The Palace of Westminster', Factsheet G11, House of Commons Information Office, London, revised August 2010
'The President, 1955-1956', profile of Stanley Vaughan in The Structural Engineer, p.303, London, October 1955
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Other books and papers by Oscar Faber
Oscar Faber and H.L. Childe, Concrete Yearbook, Concrete Publications Ltd, London, 1924 et seq
Oscar Faber and J.R. Kell, Heating and Air-conditioning of Buildings, The Architectural Press, London, 1936
Oscar Faber and P.G. Bowie, Reinforced Concrete Design (later Vol.I – Theory), Edward Arnold, London, 1912, 1919, 1924
Oscar Faber et al, The Aesthetic Aspect of Civil Engineering Design: a record of six lectures delivered at the ICE, Institution of Civil Engineers, 1944
Oscar Faber, Aesthetic of Engineering Structures, Journal of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Vol.16, Issue 6, pp.139-168, London, April 1941
Oscar Faber, Constructional Steelwork Simply Exlained, Henry Frowde and Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Oscar Faber, Heating and Air-conditioning of Buildings, 8th ed. rev. P.L. Martin and D.R. Oughton, Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford, 1995
Oscar Faber, Heating and Ventilating, new ed. rev. L.N. Doe, E. & F.N. Spon, London, 1959
O. Faber, Reinforced Concrete Design, Vol.II – Practice, Edward Arnold, London, 1920, 1924, 1929
O. Faber, Reinforced Concrete in Bending and Shear: theory and tests in support, Concrete Publications Ltd, London, 1924
O. Faber, Reinforced Concrete Simply Explained, Harry Frowde and Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1922; Oxford University Press, 1926, 1929, 1959
O. Faber, Simple Examples of Reinforced Concrete Design, 3rd ed., Oxford University Press, London, 1944
All items by Oscar Faber  •  All items by Oscar Faber & Partners
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