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Glass Tunnels

Stainless steel structure | Internal curved IGU glasses

Architects appreciate the visual beauty and surprising simplicity of lines & curves. There is an undeniable trend in which structural elements are exposed as part of the architectural expression. The desire for openness, both for visual impact and the ability to meet different space requirements, always requires curved structures as the most favourable solution.

HEXANOM glass tunnels at Marina Lusail Twin Towers, State of Qatar, connect the main towers at the podium from both directions to the glass tent. HEXANOM stainless steel structure carries internal curved IGU glasses.

Every detail of this project shows how art, design and high engineering meet to create unique architecture.

Curving the impossible is now possible.

Today, architects worldwide are re-approaching the use of free-form shapes. Fluid Structures are inspired by nature. This trend stems from a desire to give the world more structures inspired by natural shapes and have less to do with functional forms.
These structures would not have come true if architects had not dared to think beyond linear shapes.
Aesthetic needs are easily met using state-of-the-art HEXANOM engineering design applications.