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MAGHANSEN

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AJ ENQUIRY No: 203

MagHansen's structural glazing system, Thermestra, was reconfigured to include very large glass supporting fins and forms the entire perimeter of architect Michael Hopkins' £34 million Dynamic Earth Centre in Edinburgh's Old Town. Made from heat-soaked toughened glass, the Thermestra wall is attached to and supported by spliced cantilevered fins. From 800mm to 1,250mm deep and 4.5m to 6.5m high, these were the largest fins that MagHansen has engineered.

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