Engineering designs often remain hidden behind the iconic forms of buildings that we love or have a strong association with. The Leadenhall Building is an exemplar of the symbiotic relationship that exists between architecture and engineering.
Developing ideas that can be traced back to Rogers’ and Arup’s early collaborations from the design of Centre Pompidou in the 1970s, in Paris, The Leadenhall Building was an unashamedly ambitious exercise in architectural engineering.
Discover more IGS coverage of this project here: The Leadenhall Building | Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
Video courtesy of Arup