New funky extension was designed by Malishev Engineers in Crouch End, North London. The structure was built entirely using composite timber paneling (no steel), the same technology which was used in building lightweight airframes of the twin-engined Mosquito airplanes, making it one of the fastest aircraft flying in WW2.
Civil application of composite timber structures allows architects to increase spans, reduce depth of the floor, increase headroom and improve dynamic performance of the floors in comparison to traditional construction. In addition to the obvious benefits, construction costs can be reduced significantly. Lets fly with M.E.
architect: meld architecture