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Tettoie e coperture a grande luce

The terminal is in the centre of London, and it has been built close to one of the city busiest train stations.

Owing to the need to keep the existing railways and to the intense road traffic, the structure has been prefabricated and successively given to the yard for the assembling.

Despite the complicated shape of the building, bending on plain, crosswise and in elevation, the structure has been completed in a very short period of time.



Tettoie e coperture a grande luce

International Waterloo Terminal, London, Great Britain

Architects: Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners, London

Structural engineers: Anthony Hunt/YRM, Cirencester

Completed in 1994