Vents, Paternoster Square, City of London: the two helical towers providing a cool air inlet and warm air outlet
|Architect/Designer||Thomas Heatherwick Studio|
|Colour Info||Black and white|
|Credit||James Whitaker / RIBA Collections|
|Subject||Squares ; Patterns ; Steel ; Heating and ventilating ; Metalwork ; Sculpture|
NOTES: Sir William Whitfield was responsible for the master plan of Paternoster Square. Thomas Heatherwick Studio were responsible for the design of the sculptural vents that extend from a London Electricity substation and provide cooling for four subterranean electricty transformers.
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