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Back in 2015, we were given the concept of this towering facade for The American School in London.

The idea behind the architecture of the 12 meter high facade was to replicate the Ancient Greek Doric columns on a flat plane. The convex flutes go from 30mm deep at the bottom to a flat facade at the top, meaning the diameter of the flute is decreasing the whole way up the building.

This was a challenging project to get around but after hours of design work, all problems were overcome to produce this iconic piece of modern architecture.

Client: The American School in London
Architect: Walters & Cohen Architects
Main Contractor: ISG Limited