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Trading places, curving spaces

Gensler took its inspiration for the curved timber gridshells of a financial company's headquarters from a converted watermill, to create a stunning modern building that is structurally innovative Gensler has designed a roof of four doublecurved timber gridshells for the headquarters of a financial company. It satisfies the client's requirements for a modern-looking building and its affection for timber in buildings. The four light and elegant gridshells which curve over the main trading ...

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