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lattice dome

A steel dome structure having members which follow the circles of latitude and two sets of diagonals replacing the lines of longitude and forming a series of isosceles triangles.
See also: Dome
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Melbourne, Australia - Largest shopping centre in the Southern Hemisphere unveils first phase expansion under one-of-a-kind gridshell roof.
The entire terminal is enclosed within a continuous lightweight gridshell, placing walls and roof in what the architect describes as a, "single, flowing form, evocative of flight.
BuroHappold and the 3 ideas Ltd team carried out extensive research into the structural use of palm leaves and constructed trial structures, prior to designing the arched gridshell frame currently under construction at Al Ain Oasis.
The Yas Viceroy also has a intricate Gridshell design consisting of a system of cables that can become loose and need to be refitted/replaced.
The Yas Hotel in Abu Dhabi has an extraordinary 5,000 LED panel gridshell that drapes the hotel in a vibrant shroud of lights enabling the building to act as a light show providing different shades and colours, including animations.
The Yas Hotel located in Abu Dhabi has an extraordinary 5000 LED panel gridshell that drapes the hotel in a vibrant shroud of lights.
The Yas Hotel is clearly a distinctive piece of architecture, designed as a gridshell on the outside and mimicking the throw of a local fishing net.
Guess again--to top it all off, they have topped it all off with an illuminated steel and glass gridshell that can be seen for miles around.
The first hotel in the world to span a race track, The Yas Hotel's extraordinary 5,000 LED panel gridshell drapes the building in a vibrant shroud of lights, enabling it to act as a light show providing different shades and colours, including animations, making it the largest colour LED display in the world.
It was in discussing work such as the Downland Gridshell that one understood the profundity of the relationship between architect, engineer (Buro Happold), client and the craftsmen actually making the building.
Built to a unique and innovative gridshell design and made from timber harvested at the Park, the Savill Building forms a lasting gateway to the Savill Garden and wider park.
Other buildings included are Maggie's Centre in Dundee and the Downland Gridshell in Chichester.