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AHMM, Yellow Building

»Yellow Building« in London

Celebrating the structure – Simon Allford (AHMM architects) explains the concept behind the design of the »Yellow Building«, which is the new headquartes of a British clothing brand.


An impressive atrium extending the full height of the building with a striking concrete structural framework: these are the hallmarks of the Yellow Building in White City, west of central London. In order to provide bracing to the stacked levels, the architects and structural engineers developed a concrete diagonal structure along the perimeter of the facade and atrium. Primarily in the central atrium, the identity of the building is marked by the distinctive and economical structural system.

Architects: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, LondonFett


Language: English; Runtime: 8 min


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This article is taken out of the following magazine:
DETAIL 1+2/2010

Concrete Construction (also available as English Edition 2/2010)

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