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Anthony

this is going to sound like a really out there question...

So i've had a house design (layout at least) in my head for a few years now, and i've got a question that will sound either really stupid or completely insane.

 

Is it possible to individually shock mount every section of wall and floor in a building? Specifically a building with 2 floors and a basement.

 

I know nothing about architecture so feel free to point out if i'm a moron or not.

 

 

a bit of clarification, each room's floor isnt connected to any other, instaid with a small amount of space in between with some kind of cover over the gap.

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What do you mean by "shock mount"? It also depends on the building code for your county.

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What do you mean by "shock mount"? It also depends on the building code for your county.

kind of like you would with a hard drive, to reduce vibrations.

edit: if i remember correctly japan does this with some structures to help with earthquakes, but not on individual rooms, just the whole building.

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It shouldn't be an issue in most places that are earthquake prone, but you need supports all throughout the base of the structure for this to work, not just the corners and the walls. 


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alright, after some thought this is an idea i'm scrapping, but thank you. 


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