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Holding the 3mm plate stainless steel canopy aloft 8m, extremely slender vertical elements stand without any cross-bracing, ed only at the top with a decorative structural lattice. Extensive testing of prototypes was undertaken on full size mock-ups at the Building Research Establishment as part of the de development process.
The pavilion forms a lightweight counterpoint to the architecture of the public colonnades flanking Regents place pavilion side of the street, relating architecturally to the height of these adjacent structures, but also inviting views across the street from one side to the other. The grain of the pavilion, from the form of the lozenge shaped canopy to the alignment of the columns in their surrounding green-granite cobbled landscape base, is turned 45 degrees to its context to form a dynamic relationship between the buildings and the public realm.
Adding just one more centimetre to the girth of the columns would have spoiled the whole thing.
While the structure appears simple, it hides some complex engineering. A technique called impact damping has been used to control vibration caused by wind and crowds.
Hidden rods suspended within the columns deaden any vibrations and prevent resonance. Using thoughtful and creative engineering, we have achieved an elegance that exceeds expectation.
This project is a competition Winning entry for Architecture Foundation competition that was run in The Estate, which already comprises around one million sq ft of commercial space, is set to double in size over the next few years, and will become home to around 14, workers and residents.
The first phase of this development, two new office buildings at 10 and 20 Triton Street totalingsq ft, are due for completion shortly, as are residential units. In due course, the final phase will provide a furthersq ft of offices, Regents place pavilion space and retail, and another residential units.
British Land has a long history of commissioning architectural art installations for the public spaces surrounding its buildings, which supports the aim of developing and managing attractive offices that have long-term occupier appeal. The Architecture Foundation is a non-profit agency for contemporary architecture, urbanism and culture.
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Completed projects include: an award winning private underground Spa in Ireland; collaboration with artist Antony Gormley on his Blind Light pavilion at the Hayward Gallery; collaboration with artist Carsten Holler on temporary nightclub installation, The Double Club; a contemporary arts Regents place pavilion at the Natural History Museum, After Darwin, Contemporary Expressions; and the 7 July Memorial in Hyde Park opened earlier this year.
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