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Greenwich Design District Buildings C1 and D1 Full View

Greenwich Design District – Buildings C1 and D1, London

Greenwich Design District - Buildings C1 and D1, London


Bringing the Inside Out.

Greenwich Design District Buildings C1 and D1 Full View

Locker Architectural were sub-contracted by Ardmore Construction to design, supply and install over 2,000m2 of Rope Diamond Ferruled mesh for use at Greenwich Design District. The project was hailed as a great success and featured on the cover of Architects Journal.

Greenwich Design District Buildings C1 and D1 45 Degrees View

Specified by Architecture 00, buildings C1 and D1 fully utilise the unparalleled flexibility of this mesh for façade cladding, balustrading, bird netting and forming a state of the art rooftop Multi-use games area.

Greenwich Design District Buildings C1 and D1 Inside Netting

The transparency of the mesh is intended to strip back to the most basic of building components, while affording tenants with a truly impressive view of the surroundings.  The stairs and lifts are also on the exterior of the building, truly connecting the interior and exterior of the buildings.

 

 

Greenwich Design District Buildings C1 and D1 Inside View

Thanks to Taran Wilkhu the photographer for photos 1 – 4, and Greenwich Design District for commissioning them.

Greenwich Design District Buildings C1 and D1 Full View of Netting
Greenwich Design District Buildings C1 and D1 Front and Side
Greenwich Design District Buildings C1 and D1 Close Up View
Greenwich Design District Buildings C1 and D1 Side View
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Project Light, Canada Water

Project Light, Canada Water


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About the Project

Situated atop the flagship Decathlon store, Locker’s Multi Use Games Area (MUGA) at Canada Water, South London provides a centrepiece for the new Project Light residential and retail development. Locker utilised Coburg 12-12-12-12 spiral mesh for the enclosure walls.

Woven from 316 grade stainless steel, the spiral pattern forms an architecturally refined texture to compliment the surrounding surfaces. The spiral mesh was installed under tension to allow a clear vertical span of 7 metres to be achieved.

Locker also provided the Dyneema® ball-stop netting to the roof and inner curtains.

 

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