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The Shukhov radio tower also known as the Shabolovka tower, is a broadcasting tower in Moscow designed by Vladimir Shukhov.

The 160-metre-high free-standing steel structure was built in the period 1920–1922, during the Russian Civil War. It is a hyperboloid structure (hyperbolic steel..

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The architect of the geodesic dome was Richard Buckminster Fuller. The building originally formed an enclosed structure of steel and acrylic cells, 76 metres in diameter and 62 metres high.

The dome is a Class 1, Frequency 16, Icosahedron. A complex system of shades was used to control the..

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Mannheim Multihalle

Mannheim, Germany
by Frei Otto

The multi-purpose hall built for the Federal Garden Show in Mannheim in 1975 is regarded as the world's largest wooden lattice shell construction. One of the most important facts about the Multihalle is the generation process of the pavilion, based on a Gridshell.


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Shukhov Rotunda

Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
by Vladimir Shukhov

The Shukhov Rotunda was a round exhibition pavilion built for 1986 All-Russia Exhibition (Panrussian Exposition) and is located in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. It was built in 1896 with a diagrid hanging cover (tensile gridshell – diagrid roof, Russian Empire patent No. 1894, dated March 12, 1899)..

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WilkinsonEyre was part of a British-led team that won the design competition for one of the most ambitious cultural projects of recent years – the masterplan for Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay. The project, comprised of three separate gardens covering a total of 101
hectares was central to the..

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