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Art meets Civil Engineering - the Hive measures 40 m 2 . It is formed from three major elements: a 14 m tall aluminum lattice cube intended to be an "abstracted analogue of honeycomb," according to Buttress; a steel ring beam that supports a glass floor as well as the cube; and steel legs on which the glass floor and lattice cube are supported. featured image The Hive has been engineered on the basis of a Fibonacci sequence as a spiral Veirendeel girder. #STEM #amazing #engineering

the UK pavilion takes guests on a journey through a typical british meadow to the ‘hive’ – a cuboid lattice that forms the centerpiece of the design.

Hydroelectric Power Station by Becker Architects | Yatzer

On the left banks of the river Iller a new, highly efficient hydro – electric powerstation substituted an older powerstation from the Fifties by now supporting