Cable Stiffened Structures
High strength cables in stainless steel or galfan coated steel are used to create super transparent structures. The cables are usually prestressed on site in order to increase the rigidity in the overall structure.
Four Seasons Hotel | Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain
Lindner Scope of the Five Star Four Seasons Hotel Tower with an overall height of 201m located on reclaimed island in Bahrain Bay, Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain. Scope: Roof substructure (1.960m²) for lobby area: existing of space frame canopy out of CHS tubes and standard nodes. Two conventional main trusses implemented into the space frame structure serving as supports for North and South facade cable net system. Cable Net Wall System (630m²): vertical and horizontal stainless steel cables forming a 1,5m x 1,5m cable mesh to support insulated glass panels by use of cable clamps at South and North facade. Each facade is approx. 12m high and 30m wide. Vestibule: Located in the North Facade forming the main entrance by one exterior and one interior independent facade (6m high and 18m wide). Main entrance via one revolving door and four swing doors.
Redevelopment of London Bridge Station
16.08.2018 - With the refurbishment of the historic London Bridge station, the building envelope specialist Prater Ltd successfully completed the largest order in its history. read more
Rising up with terracotta
30.05.2018 - In the White City district of London, a 35-story building was built to provide a new home for the employees of Imperial College London. The tower rises elegantly with its unitised facade with glass and terracotta surfaces, providing space for 198 apartments. read more
Luxury with fantastic view
05.04.2018 - Right in central London, three impressive towers have been built. With a height of up to 85 metres, they provide generous space for a great variety of apartments and business areas. Lindner Facades Ltd produced and installed the element facade, balustrades, sliding doors as well as various individual work at the entrance and roof areas. read more