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Hanover Street Artwork.

This project saw us working closely with both the artist Bruce McLean and the specialist steel subcontractor in order to create a free-standing sculpture with no easily visible sign of support.

Free-standing steel sculpture with no visible supports in London’s West End

 

Location
London, UK
Client
Bruce McLean, Crown Estates, Stanhope
Designer
Bruce McLean
Status
completed 2004
Expertise
Structures

The sculpture was designed for self-weight, wind and (vandal) imposed loads. It was commissioned by the Crown Estates as a piece of public art. We provided advice on plate thicknesses, stiffening requirements and secret fixing details designed to ensure that they did not detract from the clean lines of the artwork.

Athletes'
Village.
 
 
Arding
&
Hobbs.
 
Grosvenor
Square.
 
 
Horizon
 
Building.
 
Canada
Water
Plot K1.
 
Cadogan
Place.
 
 
CASPAR
I.
 
 
Kivik
Pavilion.
 
 
One
Centaur
Street.
 
Nike
myThread
Pavilion
 
Museum
of the
History of
Science.
2-12
Symons
Street
 
Southwark
Gateway.
 
 
Brindleyplace
Café
 
 
Queen
Mary
Students'
Union.
30
Kensington
Church
Street
Brulington
Danes
Imaging
Centre
Bedford
Music
School
 
Royal
Holloway
Student
Residences.
Howe
Dell
Primary
School.
39-49
Wigmore
Street
 
1
Finsbury
Square
 
London
Bridge
Glass
Sculpture.
Hilton
London
Tower
Bridge.
Bishop Challoner
Catholic Collegiate
School.
 
Butterfield
Innovation
Centre.
 
Hanover
Street
Artwork.
 
Derby
Quad.
 
 
Queens
Apartments.
 
 
AA
Rainforest
Pavilion.