By Peter Davey, Kurt W. Forster
The London architectural company Wilkinson Eyre Architects, based in 1983, has been drawing cognizance because the Nineteen Nineties with its wealth of leading edge and resourceful designs particularly its astounding and structurally bold bridges. The best-known and such a lot hugely acclaimed are the Gateshead Millennium Bridge (2001) and the Floral highway Bridge (2003). The enterprise has received many prizes, together with the RIBA Stirling Prize two times. It has additionally tested the more and more overseas scope of its actions via coming into the competitions for the Guangzhou West Tower in China and the Tensegrity Bridge in Washington DC, USA.This ebook deals certain documentation of a few 15 constructions and tasks, with particular recognition paid to the context of every layout. The initiatives awarded comprise the Stirling Prize-winning Magna Centre in Rotherham, united kingdom; the nationwide Waterfront Museum in Swansea, united kingdom; the Guangzhou West Tower in China; and the Gatwick Airbridge, united kingdom, between others.
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