Cutaway view of biome from Eden Project in Cornwall. The enormous domes are made of interlocking hexagons and triangles, put together on the geodesic principle which enables them to resist loads from all directions. Geodesic structures are especially good at spanning large spaces. The framework is made of tubular steel and the pillow cladding of a lightweight plastic foil called ETFE (ethylene tetrafluoroethylene).

A biome for the Eden Project, St Austell, Cornwall Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners Built Model;

We were called by the prestigious agency Wieden + Kennedy Portland to develop a four folding vertical pages.They had the necessity to create an entire digital city as a metaphor to show why Verizon networkis better at capacity, coverage, speed, and r…

We were called by the prestigious agency Wieden + Kennedy Portland to develop a four folding vertical pages.They had the necessity to create an entire digital city as a metaphor to show why Verizon networkis better at capacity, coverage, speed, and r&

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partner Illustrations for a logistics company. Shipping by air sea and land the company can carry your consignments from one end to the other of the planet as quickly as possible.

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