Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Downland Gridshell - Edward Cullinan Architects and Buro Happold Engineers

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wd2All the architecture of this Sussex, UK, museum is in the shell, made from long thin oak laths 'draped' into place over supporting arches.

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Blogger KG said...

Superb--and our local council's building inspector would have as much chance of understanding the engineering behind that as a monkey would of understanding Hubble.

7/02/2008 06:58:00 am  
Blogger yalnikim said...

Yeh, this is awesome stuff PC. I knew there was another reason for reading your blog - besides reading my own posts and wondering why nobody was commenting ;-)

7/02/2008 08:45:00 pm  

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